"A feature on the latest CFZ quest to find the Orang Pendek of Sumatra..."
Any knowledge we have about Sumatra's bipedal primate, the Orang-Pendek, has to be assumptive. We are still at the beginning of our understanding of it. Data gathered from the Orang-Pendek project will no doubt take Cliff some time to analyse. In the meantime, here are ten clear observational points which I hope you enjoy. Show More Summary
A sighting from 1985.
A day or two before July 9, 2013, a man named Pak Jintan observed an orang pendek from his farm near Hulu Batang Barau. The creature was walking on two legs along the edge of his farm near the jungle around 3 o’clock in the afternoon. Show More Summary
A man named Pak Jur was hunting in the forest outside of his farm in the Sumatran village of Sungai Keruh when he ran across a footprint in the soft mud. Following the direction of the trackway revealed no more distinct footprints, but enough ground disturbance was present to determine that the track maker was headed to the river. Show More Summary
While hunting birds in the jungle, the witness stumbled across sign of a passing orang pendek. He found a line of footprints and broken trees (probably bamboo, but possibly sugarcane) that might have been foraged upon.
Cliff's Orang Pendek Announcement! The Orang Pendek Project (OPP) is an international collaborative effort between researchers on three continents to gather, document, and analyze data supporting the existence of an unclassified bipedal primate native to the Indonesian island of Sumatra.
A very exciting announcement to be made in the next few days!
The Orang Pendek has been reported for over a hundred years by local tribes, villagers and western colonists alike. The primary location of sightings is the Bukit Barisan mountain range, an area of primal rainforest just two degreesShow More Summary
As the recent supposed sighting of a small group of Orang Pendek in Sumatra is debated a recent Article on LiveScience addresses new research in the question of whether or not Homo Florensiensis were a...
Ranae believes that Orang Pendek, the smaller Bigfoot-variation of Indonesia is much more feasible than the Bigfoot of the Northwest. They spoke with an expert about where these creatures have been showing up in areas that are deforesting. Show More Summary
Tonight's Finding Bigfoot episode on Animal Planet is an exciting one! Orang Pendek, the Sumatran version of Bigfoot. This is a being that I have absolute belief in!I will do a review for the blog tomorrow and share the best lines of the episode as usual.
The Finding Bigfoot team journeys to the island of Sumatra in search of Indonesia's elusive orang pendek, venutring into the unfamiliar jungle in hopes of proving this mythical creature is in fact real.
In search of Orang Pendek...
Daniel Antal's video of his Orang Pendek investigations.
DNA, Hair and Cryptids...
92712822 Of all the Bigfoot-equivalents, the Orang Pendak of Indonesia is the one I always believed would be discovered and categorized first.The island of Sumatra has had reports for hundreds of years from hunters and residents encountering...Show More Summary
Luke Mackin of Wild Sumatra Adventures offered these comments about the Orang Pendek here on Cryptomundo: Adam Davies: Seeking orang-pendek
Also known as Am Fear Liath Mòr, the Big Grey Man of the Cairngorms has been rarely reported in the UK, but intriguingly endearing in legend. Somewhat like the USA's Bigfoot or Indonesia's Orang Pendek, this "creature" is said to beShow More Summary
Listen to the most recent interview by Tim Binnall of Adam Davies, on the Binnall of America podcast. Tim and Adam discuss the September 2011 expedition to Sumatra in search of Orang Pendek, as well as sea serpents and the North American Bigfoot. Great interview!