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Sumatran orangutan The Sumatran orangutan ("Pongo abelii") is one of the two species of orangutans. Found only on the island of Sumatra in Indonesia, it is rarer than the Bornean orangutan. Its common name is based on two separate local words, "orang" ("people" or "person") and "hutan" ("forest"), and translates as 'man of the forest'.
Fauna of Indonesia Around 40 primates from 200 primate species in the world found in Indonesian forests. Four Indonesian primates were included among the 25 most endangered primates in the world; they are the Sumatran orangutan ("Pongo abelii"), the Siau Island tarsier ("Tarsius tumpara"), the Javan slow loris ("Nycticebus javanicus") and the pig-tailed langur ("Simias concolor").
Ponginae Ponginae is a subfamily in the family Hominidae. Once a diverse lineage of Eurasian apes, it is now represented by two species of orangutans, the Sumatran orangutan ("Pongo abelii"), and the Bornean orangutan ("Pongo pygmaeus"). The Sumatran orangutan is now listed as critically endangered by the IUCN and the Bornean orangutan is listed as endangered.
Clarke Abel Abel was the first Western scientist to report the presence of the orangutan on the island of Sumatra; the Sumatran Orangutan "Pongo abelii" Lesson 1827 is named for him. He went on to become the surgeon-in-chief to Lord Amherst when the earl was appointed Governor-general of India. Abel died at Cownpore, India, 24 November 1826, aged 46.
Human evolutionary genetics Biologists classify humans, along with only a few other species, as great apes (species in the family Hominidae). The living Hominidae include two distinct species of chimpanzee (the bonobo, "Pan paniscus", and the common chimpanzee, "Pan troglodytes"), two species of gorilla (the western gorilla, "Gorilla gorilla", and the eastern gorilla, "Gorilla graueri"), and two species of orangutan (the Bornean orangutan, "Pongo pygmaeus", and the Sumatran orangutan, "Pongo abelii"). The great apes with the family Hylobatidae of gibbons form the superfamily Hominoidea of apes.
Sumatran Orangutan Conservation Programme The Sumatran Orangutan Conservation Programme (SOCP) is a collaborative project involving Indonesian NGO Yayasan Ekosistem Lestari (YEL) - as the main implementer in Indonesia, its Swiss partner the PanEco Foundation, and the Indonesian Ministry of Environment and Forestry’s Directorate General of Natural Resource and Ecosystem Conservation (Ditjen KSDAE), under several Memoranda of Understanding (MoU) starting in 1999. The SOCP deals with all aspects of the conservation of the Critically Endangered Sumatran orangutan ("Pongo abelii"), including: a. the confiscation of illegal captive orangutans, their quarantine and reintroduction to form new wild populations, b. education and awareness raising, c. behavioral and ecological research on wild orangutans, d. surveys and monitoring of remaining wild orangutan populations and habitat, and e. habitat protection.
IUCN Red List On 12 September 2007, the World Conservation Union (IUCN) released the 2007 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. In this release, they have raised their classification of both the western lowland gorilla ("Gorilla gorilla gorilla") and the Cross River gorilla ("Gorilla gorilla diehli") from endangered to critically endangered, which is the last category before extinct in the wild, due to Ebola virus and poaching, along with other factors. Russ Mittermeier, chief of Swiss-based IUCN's Primate Specialist Group, stated that 16,306 species are endangered with extinction, 188 more than in 2006 (total of 41,415 species on the Red List). The Red List includes the Sumatran orangutan ("Pongo abelii") in the Critically Endangered category and the Bornean orangutan ("Pongo pygmaeus") in the Endangered category.
Mir-10 microRNA precursor family The presence of miR-10 has been detected in a diverse range of bilaterian animals. It is one of the most widely distributed microRNAs in animals, it has been identified in numerous species including human, dog, cat, horse, cow, guinea pig, mouse, rat, common marmoset ("Callithrix jacchus"), common chimpanzee ("Pan troglodytes"), rhesus monkey ("Macaca mulatta"), Sumatran orangutan ("Pongo abelii"), northern greater galago ("Otolemur garnettii"), gray short-tailed opossum ("Monodelphis domestica"), northern treeshrew ("Tupaia belangeri"), European rabbit ("Oryctolagus cuniculus"), African bush elephant ("Loxodonta africana"), nine-banded armadillo ("Dasypus novemcinctus"), European hedgehog ("Erinaceus europaeus"), lesser hedgehog tenrec ("Echinops telfairi"), zebra finch ("Taeniopygia guttata"), chicken, platypus ("Ornithorhynchus anatinus"), Western clawed frog ("Xenopus tropicalis"), Carolina anole ("Anolis carolinensis"), zebrafish ("Danio rerio"), Japanese pufferfish ("Fugu rubripes"), green spotted pufferfish ("Tetraodon nigroviridis"), Japanese killifish ("Oryzias latipes"), three-spined stickleback ("Gasterosteus aculeatus"), Florida lancelet ("Branchiostoma floridae"), California purple sea urchin ("Strongylocentrotus purpuratus"), 12 different species of fruit fly ("Drosophila"), Western honey bee ("Apis mellifera"), mosquito ("Anopheles gambiae"), red flour beetle ("Tribolium castaneum"), the nematode "Caenorhabditis elegans", owl limpet ("Lottia gigantea"), starlet sea anemone ("Nematostella vectensis") and the blood fluke "Schistosoma japonicum". In some of these species the presence of miR-10 has been shown experimentally, in others the genes encoding miR-10 have been predicted computationally.