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Why Are Orangutans Becoming Extinct?

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Because the human race continues to encroach on the jungles in which they live.  The jungles are disappearing at an alarming rate.  Deforestation is a major problem for the Orangutans.  They are most populated in Borneo and Sumatra.
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Because there natural habitats are being knocked down and they are chopping down the forests and putting up palm oil so the orangutans have no where to go!!!
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Because their habitat is being cut down; people shoot and people take them and sell them illegally.
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Because big ass companys mentioning no names (Fridge raiders) think its good to use palm oil in their products so they cut down the orangs habitat to make way for these "plantations". If you want to help the orang-utans sponsor onne for £3 a month a WWF>
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Because of deforestation and encroaching on habitat. Every minute, aproximately 150 acres of rainforest area are lost, taking many animals' habitat with it.
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They all must be destroyed that's why they do deforestation, they are wasting the space

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