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|SYDNEY， Oct. 27 (Xinhua) -- An Australia's Perth Zoo orangutan which goes by the name "Puan" which means "Mrs" in the Malay language has been awarded a Guinness World Record for being the oldest living Sumatran Orangutan in the world.
Perth Zoo's primate keeper Martina Hart in a statement on Thursday said the record has been achieved by 'Puan' the matriarch of Perth Zoo's world famous colony.
"In the wild， female Sumatran Orangutans rarely live past 50， so reaching 60 is a huge milestone，" Hart said.
"Puan was born in the wild， so it took a lot of work to clarify her exact age， but from all the documentation， it is believed that Puan was born in 1956，" Hart said.
"At 60 years of age， this makes her the oldest Sumatran Orangutan in the world!"
Puan has been cared for by Perth Zoo since 1968 when she was gifted by the Sultan Johor in Malaysia in exchange for several Australian animals.
"Since arriving at the zoo， Puan has gone on to become mother， grandmother and even great grandmother to some of our Orangutans，" Hart said.
"She is the founder of our world famous breeding colony， her lineage extends far and wide."
"She's also been a fundamental part of our release program， helping prepare our zoo-born Orangutans for wild life by teaching them how to make robust nests， one of the vital survival skills，" she added.
"And， although she's slowed down and likes to spend her days sun baking， despite her great age， Puan has lost none of her attitude，" Hart added.
"She'll definitely tell you off and stamp her foot if she has to wait too long for her food，" Hart said.
"But she is the grand old dame of our colony and treated with the respect befitting a lady of her age."
Sumatran Orangutans are critically endangered in the wild mainly due to habitat loss from palm oil， rubber plantations， poaching and the illegal wildlife trade.
The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) estimates that there are about 7，500 Sumatran Orangutans left worldwide making it an extremely endangered species.
PARIS， Nov. 4 (Xinhua) -- French police on Friday evacuated thousands of migrants from where they were camped outside Stalingrad Metro Station， north Paris， according to Ile-de-France prefecture.
Regional authorities cleared the migrant camp in the French capital where flows of refugees had increased in the past week after officials had removed the Calais "jungle" in northern France last week.
Earlier on Friday， 3，852 people were transferred to 78 shelters across Paris and its suburbs， the regional prefecture said in a statement.
According to Paris police， 600 police officers were deployed to remove tents and makeshift shelters where migrants， mainly from from Sudan， Libya， Syria and Somalia， had been sleeping for months.
"We have places to receive everyone...It's going well，" housing minister Emmanuelle Cosse was quoted as saying in Le Point magazine.
"There are a lot of newcomers. It is essential that we shelter them. The aim is that these people are relocated in reception centers as quickly as possible，" she added.
In September， Paris mayor Anne Hidalgo pledged to open two centers for refugees by year-end as part of a plan to tackle camping in the capital's streets and better receive thousands of asylum seekers who had fled war and poverty in their native countries.
The French government pledged that 9，000 places would be made available at 460 reception and orientation centers for refugees. They are to be dispersed into groups of 40 to 50 people for a limited period between three and four months.
Migrants who fit the asylum criteria will stay in France while those who do not will be repatriated.
Students of the Park Slope Rock School perform on stage at La Bellevilloise concert hall in Paris on January 17. Photo: AFP
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