Orangutans are an endangered species of great apes endemic to the rainforests of just two islands in Indonesia and Malaysia: Sumatra and Borneo. This means that they can be found on these islands, and nowhere else in the world!
With their distinctive orange-brown fur and undeniably human-like characteristics, these intelligent and social animals are among the most charismatic creatures in the world and are a top bucketlist species for nature lovers to spot in the wild. To help ensure guests visiting Borneo or Sumatra do just that, here is an overview of the best places to have an up-close and personal encounter with these lovable primates.
This article was originally published by Exotravel.com/blog/en. Read the original article here.