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The Evolution of the 2014 Orangutan

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Kyle Bui

on 24 April 2014

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"Let's take a look at your baby..."
The Evolution of the 2014

Period 5, Kyle Bui

Who is
our baby?
Animal abuse from humans and natural disasters take place upon Orangutans as they become closer to their non-existence.
Losing the orangutans will cause loss of habitat through deforestation
Orangutans are
by humans being...
illegally hunted
illegally traded pets
used for palm oil
prostitutes to men
How it began...
Population- In the beautiful forests of the Sumtra and Borneo (located in Indonesia and Malaysia) lie the beautiful and gentle primates; the orangutans. Although the forests created a breath-taking panorama with its nature-y aroma and glorious waterfalls, this beautiful facade is worse than it seems. 100 years ago there was said to be 315,000 orangutans that lived upon humans in Asia, but currently there is only less than 65,000.



The Orangutan
Better than the original!
Larger ears... to listen to predators approaching from miles away
Larger nostrils... to smells prey
Steel canine fangs... to crush down food and rocks
Infrared eyes...to see the shape of objects, predators, and prey
Invisible hair...to hide from the predators seeming as if they've vanished
Niche ----------->
If an orangutan were to be non-existent, then the population of these primates would severely damage, not only the forest life, but also the life of us; homo-sapiens. This is possible for the annihilation of the orangutans cause the obliteration of fruits and plants because their stool carry seeds to restore the forest life.
with the help of the strabangutans, these new primates not only restore the forest life and the survival of plants and fruits, but they also bring new abundant and bountiful plants and fruits
Variation- As the generations pass with hundreds of years going by, the population of the orangutans continued to decreased drastically . One day, a mother gave birth to two twin orangutans, both mutated with multiple DNA base pairs missing from their heads. When the twins primates came out, they were alive and breathing, but it seems that their heads were visibly unseen to the naked eye, giving the mother a frightening experience when she was breast-feeding. Throughout development of the twins, their heads soon revealed themselves in years.

Environmental Change- Humans are the reason why there is a low rate of orangutans in the world; converting the orangutans into palm oil which is then later used to make beauty cosmetics such as lotions, chap sticks, lipsticks, and much more. As the orangutans are being killed off and eliminated, there is also an elimination of plants and fruits for they are seed carriers, storing the seeds in their stool. If we lose the orangutans we also lose an incredible amount of fruits and plants, resources we need to survive and help our population thrive.

Selection- As hundreds of years continue to pass on, parts of an orangutans' body become mutated. Some are the arms, others their legs, or maybe even both. Those that have the mutated genes of being invisible are more successful and are more likely to live longer, rather than the ones without the mutated genes because humans that hunt the orangutans have a small chance of hunting the primates with the life-saving genes.

Heredity- Those that survived (the ones with the mutated and invisible body part[s]) are more likely to reproduce. When these primates reproduce their babies come out with (what seems to look like) missing body parts. As the living survivors reproduce and do their best to increase their population, the orangutans give out an offspring of invisible body part[s]; the more body parts that are invisible, then their offsprings will have an increase amount of invisible body parts and also a higher survival rate to again repeat the cycle.

Time- It takes hundreds of years and many generations for more and more mutations in DNA to be created. Many generations will pass and only the ones with the mutated genes will survive. Many years will pass until the orangutans will be able to control their mutation, especially when they're scared to escape from predators who will later on in the future as the generations go on. This mutation is later on the making of the "strabangutan" and the evolution of the orangutan and in some way, the orangutan lives through the strawbangutan.

Orangutans Living Freely Picture… http://images.nationalgeographic.com/wpf/media-live/photos/000/436/overrides/orangutans-being-killed-for-meat-borneo_43638_600x450.jpg

Injured Orangutan Picture… http://intentious.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/stop-animal-torture-fb-photo-640x250.jpg

Threats to the Orangutan info… http://www.orangutan.com/threats-to-orangutans/ http://www.examiner.com/article/orangutans-captured-killed-even-used-as-prostitutes-petitions

Picture of Man and Picture of Prisoned Orangutan… http://www.examiner.com/slideshow/exploitation-of-orangutans#slide=4

Palm Oil Picture… http://green-mom.com/topics/nutrition/high-demand-for-palm-oil-endangers-orangutans.html#.U1bxjvldUuc

Roaring Orangutan Painted Picture… http://us.123rf.com/400wm/400/400/surz/surz1103/surz110300119/9197248-the-male-of-the-orangutan-grimaces-and-yawns--portrait-of-the-adult-male-of-the-orangutan-in-the-wil.jpg

Indonesian Forests… http://scandasia.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/nor_indo_forest.jpg
Orangutan’s Niche info… http://borneanorangutan.weebly.com/description-of-niche.html

PVOESHT info… http://www.orangutans-sos.org/kids/orangutan_facts

Population picture… http://conserveorangutans.wordpress.com/2012/04/13/conservation-threats-on-orangutans/

Mother and Kids Pictures… http://mypalmoil.files.wordpress.com/2009/10/orangutanfamily2.jpg

Twin Orangutans… http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-5CmSRLnsbnE/TmBG_NEm2YI/AAAAAAAAAek/x_CLhSedQFI/s1600/cuddling-baby-orangutan-photo.jpg

Beaten-Up Orangutan Picture… http://www.orangutanprotection.com/uploaded/DSC00155.jpg
A Large Group Of Orangutans Picture… http://img.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2007/05_01/Orangutan3L_468x365.jpg

Wheelbarrow of Orangutans Picture… http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/01003/orangutans-wheelba_1003231i.jpg

Orangutan Embryo Picture… http://www.jillstanek.com/guinea.jpg

Malyasian Forest Picture… http://www.wwf.org.my/?13120/forests-and-me--wwf-malaysia-talks-to-malaysians-on-the-street

Map of Where Orangutans Live Picture… http://www.orangutan.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/map-orangutan.jpg
Fossil of an Orangutan… http://fossilhistory.com/data/boneimages/orangutang.jpg

Homologous Picture… http://401506485226408270.weebly.com/homologous-structure.html

Monkey (left), human (middle),
strabangutan (right)
Where do I live now?

Just like the orangutans, the strawbangutans, too, live in the Sumtra and Borneo forests located in Indonesia and Malaysia but now spreading to more parts of Indonesia and Malaysia and a small northern area in Australia.

Red = Where Strabangutans live

These embryos are proof that these mammals are simpatico and related with one another, both having similar figures at the beginning stage.
Nice Body but, What Happened to the Face?

Orangutan (left) Strabangutan (right)

Although the orangutan and the strangutan have identical figures and shapes, what seems to make them contrast is their facial physical appearance. Looking at these fossils, the orangutan has a smaller concave nose than the strabangutan. The teeth of a stabangutan are also bigger.
Homologous Structure
As you can see here, the structure of the stabangutan is similar yet slightly larger than the structure of an orangutan/monkey.

Strabangutan (left)

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