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Gibbons are adapted to a life of moving about in the tops of trees. With long arms, mobile shoulders and a small slender body, they are able to stand upright as well as hang from branches.
A single youngster is born after a gestation period of 7 months.
Although Endangered in the wild, there is no formal breeding programme as yet.
- Latin Name: Hylobates muelleri
- Class: Mammals
- Order: Primates
- Family: Hylobatidae
- Conservation status: Endangered
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