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blue grass

Registered: September 2008
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September 5, 2009 7:48pm

Gibbons doing what they do best - swinging. As can be seen in pic gibbons are relatively small, slender and very agile. They have fluffy dense hair and arms that are longer than their legs. They use their long arms in a most spectacular arm-swing motion. Gibbons belong to the Lesser Apes and live in small monogamous families, made up of a mated pair and young off springs. Another interesting fact is that gibbons are one of the few apes where the adult female is the dominant figure in the group.
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Registered: July 2008
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October 20, 2009 3:08am

I suppose gibbons can teach us humans how to have a really swinging time Smile
gadzy

Registered: July 2008
Location: Scotland
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October 21, 2009 2:55am

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One of the few apes where the adult female is the dominant figure in the group.

Do you think thats maybe one of the bad habits they have learned
from us Humans ?.



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