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Top 10 Orangutan Coloring Pages For Your Little Ones

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Do you want to teach your child about wild animals using the play way method? Or are you looking for a fun activity to keep him busy during his summer holidays? If you are looking for coloring pages featuring the Orangutan, then you have come to the right place.

Orangutans are great apes that live in Southeast Asia and are native to the islands of Sumatra and Borneo. The name orangutan means “man of the forest” in the Malay language. Here are ten orangutan coloring pages through which you can teach your child more fun facts related to them.

10 Popular Orangutan Coloring Pages Your Toddler Would Love:

1. An Orangutan:

The coloring page here features an orangutan. It has a large and bulky body, huge hands, muscular arms, thick neck and bowed legs. It has long, reddish-brown hair. Surprisingly, orangutans have no tails. Orangutans are about 2/3rd, the size of a gorilla.

2. A Sumatran Orangutan:

Here is a Sumatran orangutan coloring sheet. It has a large head with a prominent mouth area. It has large cheek pads that will increase in size as it ages. A full grown Sumatran male orangutan weighs around 200 pounds and reaches around 4 ½ feet in height. The female Sumatran orangutan weighs 100 pounds and reaches 3 feet in height.

[ Read: Gorilla Coloring Pages ]

3. A Bornean Orangutan:

The Bornean orangutan is the second-largest ape species after Gorilla. It is the largest tree-dwelling animal in the world. As the name suggests, this orangutan is native to the islands of the tropical and subtropical forests of the Borneo islands. It is an endangered animal now.

4. A Baby Orangutan:

Here is a baby orangutan pictures to color. The baby is having fun swinging on the tree branch. Ask your child to join in the fun by adding some vibrant hues to the image.

5. Mama Orangutan With Her Baby:

Orangutans are very protective of their children. Let your child appreciate the mother-child bond that exists even among animals. While coloring the intricate forest backdrop with a beautiful waterfall and thick vegetation, your child can also fine-tune his motor skills.

[ Read: Monkey Coloring Pages ]

6. A Bornean Orangutan At Play:

A Bornean orangutan is a solitary and extremely mild animal. But the males are very protective about their territories and can display a threatening behavior to ward off any competition. However, they do like to entertain potential mates.

7. An Orangutan On A Tree:

Here is a happy orangutan walking on a tree branch. Orangutans are arboreal apes. They use their arms to swing from one branch to another. We believe that this naughty orangutan is performing a stunt to impress his forest friends.

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8. An Orangutan Eating A Banana:

The orangutan coloring page shows the animal eating a banana. Look at the glow of happiness on his face! He seems to be the happiest animal on earth now! An Orangutan is an omnivore. It consumes leaves, shoots, fruits, barks, insects, bird eggs, and honey to survive.

9. Mr. And Mrs. Orangutan:

Here is a coloring page of an adorable Orangutan couple enjoying their day in the forest. Orangutans share 97% DNA with human beings! They have long furry fingers and an opposable thumb. Their foot has four long toes and a big toe. They grasp and hold things using both their hands and feet. Orangutans are very intelligent animals, and their sensory perception is similar to that of man.

10. King Louie:

Here’s a orangutan coloring sheet featuring King Louie with his buddy Mowgli. King Louie is one of the characters from Disney’s adaptation of ‘The Jungle Book’. He is a fun-loving orangutan who wears a straw hat and a Hawaiian shirt. He loves partying and is great friends with Baloo.

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Download these orangutan coloring pages and let your child unleash his creativity.

Do tell us which image from the series is your child’s favorite. Also, remember to share his artwork with us.

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