Person of the forest.


Orangutan is a Malay word. It means person of the forest.

A couple of hundred Pongo pygmaeus pygmaeus, the rarest orangutans, are recently found in the forests of Indonesia. Orangutans share 97% of our DNA. They are our cousins, but we don’t spare them, we kill them the way we kill other animals. The truth is, we have killed almost all Orangutans. Only a few thousands of Orangutans are left in the world. They will soon be extinct if no serious initiative is taken to get rid of the threats they are facing. Orangutans are dying out because of habitat destruction, deforestation, palm-oil plantations. The plantation guys kill Orangutans for crop protection, and pay $100 for a dead Orangutan. Hundreds of Orangutans get killed every year. Congolese people kill Gorillas to make exotic hand ashtrays. Do people in Indonesia and Malaysia kill Orangutans to make souvenir ashtrays out of their dried hands to sell to the horrid tourist trade!


The forests will be there. But no ‘person’ will be in the forests.

The face tells all.


Australopithecus sediba was half human-like and half chimp-like animal.

Researchers said, “Sediba shows a strange mix of primitive australopithecine traits and derived Homo traits — face and anterior dentition like Homo, shape of the cranium like Homo, other parts of the face and size of the cranium like an australopithecine, arms like an australopithecine, pelvis and lower limbs like Homo and feet and ankles like an australopithecine!”

After having all the evidences of evolution, I wonder how billions of people still continue believing in funny Adam and Eve story!

I’ll be there for you!


Bonobos like to share. Yes, they do.
Like humans, Bonobos even share food with strangers.
Bonobos share with strangers to get better acquainted.
Bonobos share to make new friends! Bonobos are intelligent, social!
I do not think they share only for social benefits,
I think they share because they care for others.
Like humans, Bonobos love.
Love and compassion help our species survive.