Primate orangutan with yellow splatters and Crowns background


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Primate orangutan with yellow splatters and Crowns background.

This vector resource includes the following elements:

Animal,Ape,Crowns,Face,Gorilla,Graffiti,Grunge,King,King kong,Kong,Mammal,Monkey,Paint,Primate,Royal,Safari,Splatters,Wildlife,Yellow


This vector contains the following main colors: Yellow,Sunglow,Neon Carrot,Golden Tainoi,Royal Purple,Turbo
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orangutan wiki:
>For the chess opening, see Sokolsky Opening. Pongo pygmaeus Pongo abelii Orangutans (also spelled orang utan, orang-utan, sometimes incorrectly orangutang) are two species of great apes with long arms and reddish, sometimes brown, hair native to Malaysia and Indonesia. The word orangutan is derived from the Malay orang hutan meaning man of the forest, although local people do not use this term to refer to orangutans. The Malay word for orangutan is maias or mawas. They are the only extant species in the genus Pongo and the subfamily Ponginae, although that subfamily also includes the extinct Gigantopithecus and Sivapithecus genera. Orang Utan is a official state animal of Sabah in Malaysia. See more at

face wiki:
was founded in 1914, in the Bancroft School facility at the foot of Mount Royal, in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. F.A.C.E. is an acronym meaning Fine Arts Core Education. F.A.C.E. is a partnership between McGill University, the English School Board of Montreal (ESMB) and the Commission Scolaire de Montréal (C.S.D.M., the french school board of Montreal). See more at

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