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The orangutan's habitat is not so good for their babies they are usually hunted by tigers and die because their orange fur gives them away. The habitat is full of thriving life and plants. It has leaves to cover the sun's rays. Some of the animal's adaptations include long arms, orange fur, and grippy feet and legs. The baldatang's habitat is hotter in general, but better for the babies who blend in with the carbon dioxide. The evolution happened because when the leaves died they didn't block the sun anymore making it hotter, hence the orangutans lost their fur to stay cool, and they also went skinny due to lack of food. They stopped going down because of fear of the carbon dioxide. I do believe the baldatang will thrive at first because the babies are no longer visible prey, and later they will not because there is no food.