Try this IELTS Reading practice activity and you might just learn something new about Orangutans!
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- Skim read the text
- Answer the questions. If a statement corresponds to a matching fact in the text, answer T (True). If it contradicts a fact in the text, answer F (False). If there is not enough information to decide True or False, answer NI (No information).
- Click or touch Check Answers.
- At any time you can click or touch the icon to open the reading passage.
- Click or touch when checking your answers to see the location of the answer highlighted in the reading passage.
- Click or touch Repeat to reload the activity.
- This activity includes 7 questions.
Protecting remote forests is the only way to preserve orangutans.
Other opportunities exist besides protecting the forests.
It was easy for prehistoric hunters to collect the teeth of orangutans.
'They' refers to the orangutans, not to their teeth!
Orangutans began to be killed in large numbers by humans using weapons that could be thrown through the air.
Tree bark is one of the orangutan's favourite foods.
A 'fallback' food is one eaten in emergencies only!
Orangutans could probably survive in cities.
The text mentions 'areas open to human use' but makes no mention of cities!