National Geographic : 1940 Aug
The National Geographic Magazine W vaumstt1 U Ugra9l]jt D11 OvetcLy auIIlK g uy 1tI ,lleverlange Malayans Call These Long-armed Gymnasts "Men of the Woods" Seldom descending to the ground, Sumatra Orangutans live peacefully in the trees of swampy jungles, usually in family groups of mother, father, and goblinlike offspring. Tousled mops of carroty hair cover heads, backs, arms, and legs. Orangutans are fearless and resourceful. When sun rays become too hot, or heavy rain falls, the animals carefully cover their heads with parasols of large leaves.