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Close Encounters of a More Respectful Kind Present: Orangutan Etiquette

Children's Guide to Appropriate Behaviour Around Orangutans
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Josh Lovitt

on 23 October 2012

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Transcript of Close Encounters of a More Respectful Kind Present: Orangutan Etiquette

Be quiet Do not feed Keep your
distance Do not interact with the Orangutans Close Encounters of a More Respectful Kind

A Guide to Appropriate Behaviour Around Orangutans Orangutans do not like loud noises. Do not take food or
drink with you into the forest. Binoculars and
large cameras
can scare us. I am not as cuddly
as I look. Gesturing or calling stresses us out. Kiss-squeak This is a smacking sound we make with our lips. Showing teeth Can mean we are stressed. Shaking or Dropping Branches Watch out below ! Stress behaviours to watch out for Appropriate behaviour around Orangutans Terima kasih! Follow this 'Orangutan Etiquette' and you will be a responsible and respectful ecotourist. No smoking
near us.
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