Run at least one experiment to generate your code.
The experiment runs for 1,825 days (5 years).
Orangutans start with 100 energy points. They eat fruit and termites. They move toward trees with the most plentiful fruit and eat termites in their path. Orangutans stay at a fruit tree for 1 day. Orangutans use 1 energy point each day. Orangutans lose additional energy points when they move. Orangutans all move at the same speed.
You can select whether orangutans reproduce and die. When checked, orangutans die if they run out of energy points and reproduce when they reach 200 energy points. When unchecked, orangutans do not die or reproduce.
Fruit represents figs and other fruits growing on trees in the forest. Orangutans gain 5.2 energy points each time they eat a fruit. Fruit trees can regrow fruit.
You can adjust the percentage of fruit trees available in the forest from 0-40 percent.
Termites can be found throughout the forest. Orangutans gain .45 energy points when they eat termites.
Orangutans can swing through the rainforest trees, but do not gain any energy points from them. There are 400 hectares of forest available to the orangutans.
Income monitors indicate how much income it is possible to earn from an area of land in a typical year. Different types of land uses produce different incomes levels. For example, oil palm trees produce more income per square than degraded land.