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Product images of 'Pithecus satyrus' [Orangutan]
Product details 'Pithecus satyrus' [Orangutan]
'Pithecus satyrus' [Orangutan]
Zoological study of an orang-utan, possibly the Bornean orangutan, Pongo pygmaeus shown from the front, seated and indicating towards a half-eaten fruit placed on the ground. A mountainous forest landscape is visible behind. Plate 2* from The natural history of monkeys, by Sir William Jardine (Edinburgh, 1833) The Naturalist's Library. Mammalia. Vol.1. Referred to in the text as "The red or asiatic orang-utang". The plate is inscribed: "PLATE 2*. PITHECUS SATYRUS."
Original: etching. 1833
- Image ref: RS-10171
- The Royal Society