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Orangutan Adaptations

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Isabella Matthews

on 19 August 2013

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Orangutan Adaptations
Orangutans have similar adaptions to us. They learn from their environment and have similar body parts. Here are the adaptations.
Hands and feet

Physical Adaptations
Behavioral adaptation
Visual Vocal
Involves body, posture, Involves shouting, growling
movement, expressions etc. etc. Here are two examples
Here are two examples @ Territorial call= to
@ Playful= Relaxed open mouth identify a male's territory.
teeth covered. @ Community call= A call to
@ Warning= Shaking tree indicate to others of a branches in meaningful ways. seasonal move for food and
Orangutans' arms are 7 feet in length which helps them to hang on to branches and support themselves. But all monkeys and most primates have these long arms so this adaptation is shared.
An orangutans' hands have 5 fingers and so do we humans, this means they can hold things better than most animals. This means it is easier to swing from tree to tree and it is much easier to hold their food. Their feet are practically another set of hands.
@ One of the physical adaptations of an orangutan is their dark eye color. Having this dark eye color helps when the sun is in their face because the dark eye color protects their eyes from be blinded.

@ Second is an orangutans color this orange/brown color helps them blend into the trees so they aren't easy to spot by a predator, but are still very visible.
These behavioral adaptations are good help in the wild otherwise they wouldn't be able to communicate with each other.
By Isabella Matthews 6TG
means an organisms looks or texture that helps it to adapt to their environment.
Physical adaptations...
Behavioral adaptations...
means an organisms behavior, instincts and skills (learned or inherited.)
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