Indonesia: New orangutan species found in Sumatra
For the first time in almost a century, the great ape family has a new member. Scientists have confirmed the existence of a new species of orangutan in northern Sumatra, Indonesia, after researching the animals for twenty years. But there are already concerns about whether it will survive, as its natural habitat is under threat. We take a closer look.
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