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by Cheryl Knott,Tim Laman

Author: Cheryl Knott,Tim Laman
Subcategory: Science Nature & How It Works
Language: English
Publisher: National Geographic Children's Books (May 12, 2009)
Pages: 32 pages
Category: For children
Rating: 4.4
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They are the coauthors of National Geographic's Face to Face with Orangutans.

They are the coauthors of National Geographic's Face to Face with Orangutans. She has also contributed to many academic journals, including the International Journal of Primatology. To learn more, visit cherylknott.

Part of Face to Face with Animals. Category: Children’s Middle Grade Books Children’s Picture Books.

Face to Face with Elephants. Do you know what kind of animal King Louie on Walt Disney's film The Jungle Book was? If you said monkey, you'd be wrong. In this book, authors and photographers Tim Laman and Cheryl Knott take us "up close and personal" with some of the orangutans of Gunung Palung National Park on Borneo, such as Jari Manis who, when it started to rain, grabbed some leafy branches and held them over his head to block the rain like an umbrella.

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The expressive, heart-melting faces of baby orangutans make them highly valuable .

The expressive, heart-melting faces of baby orangutans make them highly valuable in the black-market pet trade, within Indonesia as well as smuggled out of Borneo or Sumatra to foreign destinations. At rehabilitation centers such as International Animal Rescue near Gunung Palung, the steady influx of orphaned orangutans shows that this killing remains a serious problem. Photographer Tim Laman and anthropologist Cheryl Knott, a husband-and-wife team, have been documenting the private lives of orangutans since 1992. Every year brings new surprises, says Knott.

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Tears stream down Krisnopodo's face. At one point he is so overcome with grief, he can't talk. In one village studied by conservationists, tigers were found to kill about 80 domestic animals a year - dogs, goats, buffalo and cows

Tears stream down Krisnopodo's face. He fetches a picture of his mother from the wall and looks at it with disbelief. In one village studied by conservationists, tigers were found to kill about 80 domestic animals a year - dogs, goats, buffalo and cows. As a result, villagers carried out several attacks on tigers in retribution. To stop this, in 2008 local conservation groups rolled out 49 Tiger Village response teams. Each team of volunteers is responsible for dealing with tigers that stray into villages. Rather than kill the animal, villagers scare it back into the forest by brandishing flaming torches and setting off firecrackers.

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That look in her eye is so human. She cradles her baby in her arms with such pride and tenderness. She interacts with family and peers in a way that suggests deep kinship, friendship, and trust. Meet the orangutan of Borneo in her natural habitat through the amazing adventures of National Geographic photographer Tim Laman and his wife, Harvard professor Cheryl Knott; and learn clearly the threats that now face this incredible primate.