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Hylobatidae : gibbons and siamangs
Animal Diversity Web Hylobatidae gibbons and siamangs This family contains 1 genus, Hylobates, and approximately 11 species (some authorities recognize a second genus, Symphalangus) . They ... white markings on hands, feet, and facial region. Ischial callosities are present. Some gibbons and siamangs have an enlarged throat sac, which inflates and serves as a resonating ...
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Great Ape Trust in Sumatra
Although we saw quite a few nests we did not see any orangutans – fortunately we did see more gibbons and siamangs. This was not unexpected as it is difficult to find unhabituated orangutans due to their low densities and shy nature. It was also a ...
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Conservation International - More Primates
The apes, divided into the great apes -- orangutans, gorillas, chimpanzees and bonobos -- and the lighter-bodied ``lesser apes,'' the gibbons and siamangs ...
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Howletts Zoo
Howletts gorillas, are the crowning glory of this zoo. Siamangs are the largest of the gibbons; they are black and bushy, and have balloon-like inflatable necks that amplify their whooping calls so ... every two to three years. The idea horrifies many zoo directors who favour white tile and concrete, and despite the example of Howletts, so many zoo gorillas are still kept in what ...
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Primate Quiz
Primates differ from other mammals in that they have hands and fingers mostly live in trees resemble man 2. How can ... there a physical difference between Old World and New World monkeys? Their thumbs and toes are different The Old World monkey has ... vegetarians omnivorous (vegetables, fruit & meat) carnivorous 8. Siamangs are the smallest of the gibbons have webbed 2nd and 3rd toes both of the above ...
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San Diego Zoo's Animal Bytes: Siamang
Kings (and queens) of swing “Hylobates” means “dweller in the trees” and the siamang certainly lives up to that description. The siamang is in the same scientific family as gibbons, and is well-suited for life in a forest’s treetops. Unlike great apes, siamangs ...
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