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Gibbon monkey Mom & baby by floridapfe

Note: gibbons are actually lesser apes. :) Gibbon monkey Mom & baby (by floridapfe)

This baby Lar Gibbon named Sholo goes solo at Drusillas Park, swinging in the trees, under mom's watchful eye.

Beautiful Baby Gibbons Monkey, baby Sholo goes solo at Drusillas park zoo

This endangered species of primate is only found at this zoo which plays an important role in breeding makes a significant contribution to the conservation of Javan Gibbons    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2203603/Baby-balancing-act-Mother-gibbon-takes-offspring-tightrope-walk-wild-side.html#ixzz26XzBo9YQ

Baby balancing act! Mother gibbon takes her offspring for a tightrope walk on the wild side

This endangered species of primate is only found at this zoo which plays an important role in breeding makes a significant contribution to the conservation of Javan Gibbons Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2203603/Baby-balancing-act-Mother-gibbon-takes-offspring-tightrope-walk-wild-side.html#ixzz26XzBo9YQ

Baby pileated gibbon

aesthecia: “ Baby Pileated Gibbon (by Steve Wilson - need to up my game) ”

Pileated gibbons  This species of gibbon is native to Thailand, Cambodia and Laos, and today about 32,000 individuals exist in the wild, according to the International Union for Conservation of Nature. Like other gibbons, the pileated gibbon is arboreal and lives in monogamous pairs. The animals are threatened by hunting and severe habitat loss.

10 of the cutest endangered species

cutest endangered species _ Pileated gibbons This species of gibbon is native to Thailand, Cambodia and Laos

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Wild Animal Gibbon Monkey Profile Portrait Business Card

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Endangered Primates: Female hoolock gibbon

In pictures: Meet the world's endangered primates

This female hoolock gibbon at the Wildlife Rescue Centre near Kaziranga, India, still has her juvenile pelage, or fur

Gibbons are considered lower apes and can walk upright.

Funky gibbon! The delightful one-year-old ape who just loves to groove

The Happy Lar! by Sue Demetriou, via 500px

earthsfinest: “ The Happy Lar! by Sue Demetriou These Lar Gibbons are found in the rainforests of southeastern Asia. The gibbon’s favorite food are fruits, but they also eat leaves, tree bark,.