The world’s orangutan population shrank by half in the last 16 years – The Denver Post

The world’s orangutan population shrank by half in the

The population of these great apes was halved between 1999 and 2015, per an estimate published Thursday in the journal Current Biology. A survey of orangutan nests, coupled with a statistical analysis of habitat changes, indicates that more than 100,000 animals were lost in the last 16 years.

The world’s orangutan population shrank by half in 16

The population of these great apes was halved between 1999 and 2015, per an estimate published Thursday in the journal Current Biology. A survey of orangutan nests, coupled with a statistical analysis of habitat changes, indicates that more than 100,000 animals were lost in those 16 years.

Ben Guarino – The Denver Post

The world’s orangutan population shrank by half in the last 16 years February 15, 2018, 9:41 pm These record-breaking pictures were taken by …

The world’s orangutan population shrank by half in the

The population of these great apes was halved between 1999 and 2015, per an estimate published Thursday in the journal Current Biology. A survey of orangutan nests, coupled with a statistical analysis of habitat changes, indicates that more than 100,000 animals were lost in the last 16 years.

The world’s orangutan population shrank by half in 16

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Livingston County News | The world’s orangutan population

The population of these great apes was halved between 1999 and 2015, per an estimate published Thursday in the journal Current Biology. A survey of orangutan nests, coupled with a statistical analysis of habitat changes, indicates that more than 100,000 animals were lost in the last 16 years.

The World’s Orangutan Population Has Been Cut In Half …

The World’s Orangutan Population Has Been Cut In Half In 16 Years February 16, 2018 Orangutans—the only great ape species in Asia—are one of our closest relatives in the animal kingdom.

Orangutan population in Borneo cut in half in 16 years

Feb 16, 2018 · Orangutan populations have declined by half in the last 16 years and researchers say the large apes are very likely to become extinct if no changes are made. Post to Facebook Orangutan population in Borneo cut in half in 16 years Orangutan populations have declined by half in the last 16 years and researchers say the large …