orangutan 🦧

Conquer the online jungle! Unleash your wild side, send and share the Orangutan emoji! This emoji is an illustration of an orangutan scratching its head. The body of the orangutan is orange, and its face, legs, and hands are gray. The Orangutan emoji is one of the most recent entries to the current crop of wildlife emojis available to users, and can be applied to represent various things.

It is generally used to refer to the endangered primate, but, from time to time, it may be used to symbolize other species of apes, and other forest animals, as well. Be that as it may, when someone sends you an Orangutan emoji, you might need to think twice, or wish someone sent you a different jungle emoji, because this animal emoji is sometimes used in a negative sense.

Since the orangutan is usually seen scratching its head, an action that denotes cluelessness, the Orangutan emoji is occasionally used to describe someone who doesn’t know what they are doing.

On a more positive side, receiving that type of emoji can also mean that that person who sent it to you admires your curious nature, since apes are naturally curious around the world about them. Orangutans are known for having a strong sense of freedom, too, freedom from the expectations and tensions of society.

In some instances, the emoji may also be called chimpanzee emoji, or the scratching head emoji after, of course, its popular gesture or habit.

🦧 Orangutan is a fully-qualified emoji as part of Unicode 12.0 which was introduced in 2019.

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This Orangutan Is Also Known As:

chimpanzee emoji

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Orangutan Emoji History

Orangutan Emoji is created in the year 2019.

Orangutan Emoji Unicode Data

  • Unicode codepoint
    1F9A7
  • Version
    Version 12.0
  • Year
    2019