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Nature's Tree Hugger Poster
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Paper Type: Value Poster Paper (Matte)

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Nature's Tree Hugger Poster
Wildlife conservation poster featuring nature's original treehugger, the orangutan, shown in great ape rainforest sanctuary, peering from behind huge silt roots on the island of Borneo. Many of the trees in this type of rainforest have stilt or buttress roots because the top soil is actually very thin. Once the natural vegetation is removed and replaced with mono crops - such as the palm oil plantations- the top soil erodes quickly.

Orangutans are one of the great apes and are an endangered species, found only on the islands of Sumatra and Borneo (in the wild.) Great apes are sometimes mistakenly referred to as monkeys, but great apes do not have tails.

The poster is shown here in a large size. You may select different sizes and even custom framing options.
Don't forget that you can also foster an orphan orangutan through the OFI website.
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Nature's Tree Hugger Poster

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"You're so right, plumeria - whereever the top soil is thin, these stilt roots can usually be found"
By Rebecca_Reeder, 2/21/2011 about
This particular photo is on the island of Borneo
"I know how big these tree roots are since I went to Oahu and saw them!"
By plumeriaflowers, 12/2/2010 about
These are huge trees! So the little guy looks quite little! And yes, I feel that way about some zoos too, Rebecca. The best zoo I've seen is the San Diego zoo. They try to enclose the animals with a natural environment. But I too, don't like the cement cages that have nothing to offer.
"Thank you, Lorrie."
By Rebecca_Reeder, 7/27/2010 about
The orangutans really do deserve that title because in the wild they live in the rainforest tree tops. That's why sub-standard zoo enclosures are particularly depressing. I've seen some major U.S. cities with hot cement pits as orangutan enclosures-- not even a wisp of a breeze can reach them. A life of misery for these gentle creatures.
"A wonderful photo and title! ********************"
By LorrieM, 7/10/2010 about
"Thanks (very belatedly!!)"
By Rebecca_Reeder, 3/6/2010 about
By zazzleproducts1, 8/9/2009 about
Great poster1
"Belated thanks for feedback on the orangutan poster!"
By Rebecca_Reeder, 1/14/2009 about
The tree roots were SO huge, and this little toddler was such a shrimp!
By velislav, 12/24/2008 about
Really beautiful 5*
"Tree Hugger..."
By captphrank, 11/24/2008 about
They are such Characters. This is a Great shot...5stars...capt.
By gloryt, 11/9/2008 about
Beautiful picture. 5*s
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Product ID: 228021392283612931
Created on: 9/6/2008 8:55 AM