her Facebook page, and people can see them there.
Nonja is 33 years old, which is 231 in dog years. Nonja used to paint pictures, but now she takes photographs. And the reason why she does this is that some people at the Samsung Company, which makes cameras, thought it would be good advertising if an orangutan was using one of their cameras. So they made this digital camera especially for Nonja, and it can't be broken as easily as a regular camera. Also it gives out a raisin whenever anyone takes a picture.
I wish I had a camera that would give out treats, because if I did, I would find a way to take lots of pictures, even though I don't have opposable thumbs, like orangutans do. But a camera for dogs should not have raisin treats because raisins are POISONOUS for dogs, at least if you eat a whole bunch of them, like a boxful or a cameraful. So the treats inside a camera for dogs should probably be freeze-dried liver or something like that.
Orangutans are some of the smartest primates, which is why they can be photographers. Also they sometimes make and use tools, which is another thing that shows how smart they are.
There are not a whole lot of orangutans left in the wild, and that means that orangutans are ENDANGERED. Of course, they are not as cute as humans, but they are interesting to look at, and they can do clever things, so I think it would be good to have them around for a while!