Orangutan School in 360 is a totally new way to learn

The Orangutans belong to the great apes family, and the qualifier of great fits excellently well with this animal species with which we share 97% of the DNA. In this video filming entirely in 360 degrees, we will travel to the International Animal Rescue Sanctuary in the forests of Borneo, where a group of talented vets teach the orangutan born in captivity or separated from their mothers after been hunting, to be an orangutan that can adapt without any problem to the life of the jungle.

The orangutan lifespan is in the range of 35 to 45 years, and there are 3 species, Tapanuli, Sumatran and Bornean. In this VR experience in the same way, you will see that the orangutan are an endangered species, which is why we advocate its preservation.

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360° Orangutan School | National Geographic

Duration: 8:59
Quality: 144p – 240p – 360p – 480p – 720p HD – 1080p Full HD – 1440p Ultra HD – 2160p 4K
Mode: 360 & 3D
Orangutan School in 360 is a totally new way to learn
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