Wild Orangutans Stressed by Eco-Tourists, but Not for Long, Study out of North Borneo Finds

ScienceDaily (Mar. 15, 2012) – Wild orangutans that have come into contact with eco-tourists over a period of years show an immediate stress response but no signs of chronic stress, unlike other species in which permanent alterations in stress responses have been documented, new research from an Indiana University anthropologist has found.

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Wild Orangutans Stressed by Eco-Tourists, but Not for Long, Study out of North Borneo Finds