Hylobates sp.
1. Gibbon skull, lateral view
2. Gibbon skull, anterior view
3. Details
4. Web Links
There are seven species of Gibbon, found in S.E. Asia. They are highly arboreal, being tailless, with very long arms. TAXONOMY
Order - Primates ('first' group)
Suborder - Anthropoidea ('man like')
Family - Hylobatidae ('forest walkers')

Dental Formula : /

1.Gibbon sp. lateral view.
2.Gibbon sp, anterior view.

Details of Specimens Illustrated
Image 1
Gibbon sp. Hylobates sp.
Stage - adult
Died in captivity
Overall length 102mm Zygomatic width 71.1mm

Scientific Name : Hylobates - 'forest walker'

Web Links
UMICH Animal Diversity Web
Gibbon Network Potentially useful site, but difficult to get to grips with. Partly in German.

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