Photo: World Wildlife Fund

    Love a White-cheeked Gibbon

    Inhabiting the tropical forests of Laos, Vietnam and southern China, white-cheeked gibbons eat mostly fruit, leaves, buds and flowers, occasionally feeding on eggs, young birds and insects. These lesser apes move and feed primarily in the tropical forest canopy, rarely descending to the ground. Bonded in pairs, they travel by swinging from branch to branch at speeds up to 35 mph. White-cheeked gibbons are threatened by habitat loss and hunting.

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