Disappearing Orangutan Print | Two Sizes


Disappearing Orangutan 

Orangutans are the largest tree dwelling mammal in the world. Babies don’t leave their mothers until they are 12 years old.

Native to Malaysia and Indonesia now only exist in two very small areas in Borneo and Sumatra. Critically endangered due to habitat loss and fragmentation. Thousands of acres are being burned for palm tree plantations. Palm oil, found in anything from shampoo to chocolate bars, are replacing saturated fats and ruining the lives of the Orangutan. 

To save the Orangutan, we must save the forests. Only purchase products use certified sustainable palm oil from RSPO.

  • This painting is still for sale. If interested, please email info@katherinehomes.com and put "Disappearing Orangutan Painting Interest" in the subject heading. 

These are made to order and ship in 5 - 10 days and are non-refundable.

11” x 14" | Giclée on Cotton Paper - includes a 1/8 inch inch white border.

22” x 28" | Giclée on Cotton Paper - includes a 1/2 inch white border.

  • Supporting a small, local printer
  • Frame not included 
  • Images are for reference and are not actual. 
  • Please do not buy frame or matting until you receive your prints - you'll thank us later!
  • These prints are made to order and are non-refundable. 

Generating awareness around threatened species and wildlands through affordable and functional art.

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