In this episode:
- Scientists discover a third type of Orangutan species (yes, its fir is still orange) in a remote area on the island of Sumatra.
- And an American woman faces the repercussions of a tweet she made about the Zimbabwe government.
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The Zimbabwe gov’t don’t play
An American woman in Zimbabwe has been sent to prison after reportedly tweeting that President Robert Mugabe — one of Africa’s longest-serving leaders — is “a selfish and sick man,” according to court documents. — CNN
There is now 3 species of Orangutang
Along the Sumatran and Bornean, the Tapanuli orangutan (Pongo tapanuliensis) are now the third species of orangutan known to man. There are only 800 Tapanuli in existence, and they live in a high-altitude forest called Batang Toru. — NatGeo
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