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Orangutan Behavior


Orangutans are solitary animals spend most of their lives in trees. They sleep in trees and build two nests each day; one for a short nap and a stronger one for sleeping every night. Orangutans spend about 60% of their daylight hours eating or searching for food. They eat fruits, bark, leaves, flowers, and a variety of insects.