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Akmad Pregnant in Tanjung Puting Park Mousepad
Akmad Pregnant in Tanjung Puting Park Mousepad
Orangutans are a primary motivation for adventure travel to Borneo and Tanjung Puting National Park. This photograph shows Akmad, the famous orangutan who appeared on the cover of National Geographic Magazine when she was about four years old (October, 1975).We don't know her exact age because she was rescued as an orphan, and nutrition affects the size of these great apes as it does humans. This photograph is April 2012; Akmad is visibly pregnant. She gave birth to a healthy boy a couple of weeks later in May. Orangutans are an endangered species, and unlike the other apes (gorillas, chimps, bonobos), the red ape does not exist in Africa. In fact, their natural habitat is a very limited area of rainforest on the islands of Borneo and (to a lesser extent) Sumatra.
Your purchase of this mousepad supports orangutan conservation. Rebecca Reeder is a member of Orangutan Foundation International and a volunteer at OFI's facilities in Borneo. 100% of her profits on this item are donated to this cause.
If you look up the National Geographic magazine, Akmad is the one walking in front, holding the hand of Dr. Birute M. Gadlikas who began her study of orangutans in the 1970s.
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Akmad Pregnant in Tanjung Puting Park Mousepad
Orangutans are a primary motivation for adventure travel to Borneo and Tanjung Puting National Park. This photograph shows Akmad, the famous orangutan who appeared on the cover of National Geographic Magazine when she was about four years old (October, 1975).We don't know her exact age because she was rescued as an orphan, and nutrition affects the size of these great apes as it does humans. This photograph is April 2012; Akmad is visibly pregnant. She gave birth to a healthy boy a couple of weeks later in May. Orangutans are an endangered species, and unlike the other apes (gorillas, chimps, bonobos), the red ape does not exist in Africa. In fact, their natural habitat is a very limited area of rainforest on the islands of Borneo and (to a lesser extent) Sumatra.
Your purchase of this mousepad supports orangutan conservation. Rebecca Reeder is a member of Orangutan Foundation International and a volunteer at OFI's facilities in Borneo. 100% of her profits on this item are donated to this cause.
If you look up the National Geographic magazine, Akmad is the one walking in front, holding the hand of Dr. Birute M. Gadlikas who began her study of orangutans in the 1970s.
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Made on: 7/2/2012 2:57 PM
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