Gibbon families grow larger with bi-female groups.
14 / 04 / 2015, Earth Times Environment
How do gibbons maintain their small family groups? Could they have slightly larger family groups and would this work in similar ways to those found in other primates? Fascinating questions especially given the threatened species of gibbon and the rapidly disappearing habitat of those magnificent forest canopies, 100m or more than 300 feet above the ground. © The Earth Times.
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