Bornean


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a native or inhabitant of Borneo

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The Bornean orangutan population more than halved from 1999 to 2015, with 70,000 to 100,000 remaining.
What do the Bornean orangutans, Sumatran tigers and elephants, Amur leopards, mountain gorillas and the Black Rhinos have in common?
We started off our first weekend carving at The Bronx Zoo with an adult male Bornean...
Sungai Putri is home to one of the largest populations in the world and we are at a critical point for the Bornean orangutan, without forests like this they can't survive," Karmele Llano Sanchez, Program Director of IAR in Indonesia, said.
The International Union for Conservation of Nature classified Bornean orangutans as critically endangered in 2016 due to a precipitous population decline caused by the destruction of their forest habitat for palm oil and pulp wood plantations.
The 10 Bornean datus reportedly bought the entire Panay Island from the Aytas with gold jewelry.
Bornean orangutans, the largest tree-dwellers on the planet, are vanishing.
DEESIDE-BASED company Thew Arnott has sponsored a group of Bornean orangutans at Chester Zoo.
The Bornean orangutan is another endangered species.
Both Bornean and Sumatran species of orangutans are listed as critically endangered in the wild.
The Bornean orangutan has been placed on a critically endangered list by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature.
Senior keeper Jodie Dryden showered the Bornean orangutan with the soapy bubble mix - and Sprout couldn't believe her eyes as they floated over the moat.
In 2001, ZIKV seropositivity was demonstrated in a native Bornean, 2 migrants to Borneo, and 2 Bornean orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus) (9).