Pongo pygmaeus


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Noun1.Pongo pygmaeus - large long-armed ape of Borneo and Sumatra having arboreal habitsPongo pygmaeus - large long-armed ape of Borneo and Sumatra having arboreal habits
great ape, pongid - any of the large anthropoid apes of the family Pongidae
genus Pongo, Pongo - type genus of the family Pongidae: orangutans
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Genetically and morphologically distinct from both the Bornean (Pongo pygmaeus) and Sumatran (Pongo abelii) orangutans, P.
The Indonesian tropical forest is home to myriad flora and fauna, including charismatic species such as orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus), Sumatran tigers (Panthera tigris sumatrae), and rhinos (Rhinoceros sondaicus)[1 -4].
This is an anatomical feature that occurs in Macaca nemestrina (Aziz & Dunlap), Cebus libidinosus (AversiFerreira et al.), Cebus albifrons (Cribillero et al.), Callimico goeldii (Osman Hill), Pongo pygmaeus (Aziz & Dunlap; Diogo & Wood; Primrose), and Macaca fascicularis (Kimura & Takai).
In 2001, ZIKV seropositivity was demonstrated in a native Bornean, 2 migrants to Borneo, and 2 Bornean orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus) (9).
As this might suggest, the book does not concern the Southeast Asian primates that have come to be known as orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus) so much as Western reactions to and interpretations of these apes,
The Bornean orangutan (Pongo pygmaeus) is the world's largest arboreal (tree-dwelling) mammal.
Intestinal parasites of endangered orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus) in Central and East Kalimantan, Borneo, Indonesia.
Indonesia has two species of orangutan; the Sumatran orangutan (Pongo Abelli), with the total population of 6,600 orangutans, and the Kalimantan orangutan (Pongo Pygmaeus), with the total population of 36,000 orangutans.
Most researchers recognize two separate subspecies, Pongo abelii in Sumatra and Pongo pygmaeus in Borneo.
That something doesn't seem to have bottlenecked gibbons and macaques that shared ancient Borneo with the orangutan Pongo pygmaeus. But at least one other primate may have had a history similar to Borneo's orangutans.