The orangutan is an orange colored monkey that lives in the rainforest. They primarily live in trees and get their food from them. Orangutans primarily eat fruits such as lychees and figs; they also eat insects, leaves, and tree bark. Orangutans have very long arms to swing through trees and a round body. The color of their fur is a darker orange. If global warming burns down all the trees, orangutans have to adapt to the change in environment. Their arms will become shorter because they don’t need to swing from trees anymore and their body will be skinnier due to lack of food. They will likely eat the fruits from the few bushes that grow and some insects on the ground. The color of the orangutans’ fur will be a lighter orange because they don’t need to camouflage in the dark trees of the rainforest.
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