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Orangutan with Baby

SKU 293529

  • The most arboreal of all the great apes, orangutans spend most of their time in trees. Females are wholly responsible for raising their young; they feed them, sleep in the same trees as them, and carry them everywhere. This mama and her baby are coming over to say hello!
  • Scientific Name: Pongo pygmaeus
  • Characteristics: Hand painted for true to life accuracy and molded by professionals, our nature figurines bring even the most exotic wildlife into your home. Orangutans are among the most intelligent and social primates, and we’re sure you and this friendly family will quickly become friends!
  • Size and Color: 2.5 inches long and 3.2 inches tall, our Orangutan with Baby figurine is about the size of a deck of cards stood upright. Unlike chimpanzees and gorillas which have dark black hair, orangutan’s hair, depicted by these figurines, is reddish-brown while their faces are a dark hickory color.
  • The Orangutan with Baby is part of the Wild Safari® Wildlife collection.
  • All of our products are Non-toxic and BPA free.
  • History:

    Studied extensively for their knowledge and learning capabilities, orangutans have showed an ability to master sophisticated tools, solve puzzles, and communicate through a basic form of sign language. Some researchers even believe different populations of wild orangutans have distinct cultures. Unfortunately, all types of orangutan are endangered, and the Sumatran species is critically endangered, mainly due to a loss of their habitat through deforestation. Take home our orangutan mother with her baby and give this amazing family a safe and happy home!

    • Recommended Age: 3
    • Size in cm: 6.5 L x 4.5 W x 8.19 H
    • Size in inches: 2.56 L x 1.77 W x 3.22 H
    • UPC: 095866293505
    Orangutans weigh up to 4.5 pounds as babies. They cling to their mother??s bellies as they swing from tree to tree searching for fruit and later on, ride "piggyback."