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a native or inhabitant of Borneo

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The numbers of the Bornean orangutan in the wild are in decline; they fell by 60 percent in the 60 years since 1950, and IUCN predicts a further 22 percent decline from 2010 to 2025.
But his team's analysis confirms that the latest 'new' species of cat to be discovered actually comes in two forms, a Bornean subspecies N.
Built from locally sourced wood and stone, it sits on vast columns of belian, or Bornean ironwood.
Seuanez of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and his coworkers published data demonstrating a clear difference between Sumatran and Bornean orangutans -- an inversion, or consistent rearrangement of genetic material, in a region of chromosome 2.
Estimates suggest that there are less than 40,000 Bornean orangutans and less than 6,500 Sumatran orangutans left in the wild.
Notebooks apprehended in 2009 from just one trafficking syndicate revealed that 22,000 pangolins were killed in just 21 months in the Bornean state of Sabah," (http://www.
The aim of this thesis was to investigate the effects of environmental and biological mechanisms on gene flow and genetic diversity in the Bornean orang-utans, Specifically, I examined the effects of the Pleistocene climatic changes and riverine barriers as well as sex-biased dispersal.
They discovered that Bornean females recognise not only who is calling, as in previous research, but also clear differences in the acoustic characteristics of long calls emitted in different contexts.
Visit the spectacular new attraction, Realm of the Red Ape, where you can see the Bornean and Sumatran orang-utans along with a wide variety of Indonesian forest species including gibbons, reptiles and birds.
Sumatran orang-utans have a narrower face and longer beard than the Bornean species.
FRIENDS OUR WHEN a stray carrot ended up in the moat during a scatter feed, Bornean orangutan Jazz was determined not to let any food go to waste The clever great ape discovered she could probably fish it out of the water if she had a rod, as her arm wasn't long enough to reach the tempting vegetable.
Bornean orang-utans share 97% cent of the same DNA as humans, and are critically endangered in the wild.
They are running the campaign to support Bornean and Sumatran orangutans who are at crisis point with their numbers dwindling in the wild.
The majority of visitors come to Sukau for the opportunity to view the flagship species of the Kinabatangan Wildlife Sanctuary (orang-utah, Bornean pygmy elephant, proboscis monkey, and hornbills) in the wild.
The colorful Bornean rainbow toad was finally found after spending 87 years as a "missing" species, announced Conservation International.