Found only in the islands of Sumatra in Indonesia, the Sumatran orangutan was once widespread in the country in the 19th century. Over the last 75 years due to extensive human encroachment in their habitat, it is believed that 80% of their overall population has diminished. The population has also been affected by 2004 tsunami that struck the island as logging of forest trees has increased for the rehabilitation of damaged infrastructure.
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