• Siamang

    Symphalangus syndactylus

     

     

    • Endangered

    • Malaysia and Indonesia

    • Length:29.5 to 35.5 inches

    • Tropical rain-forests and monsoon forests

    • Usually mate for life in monogamous pairs
    • Gestation period 7-8 months
    • Usually give produce to 1 young per birth

    • Leaves, fruits, with flowers, buds, and insects.

    • The siamang is the largest of the 14 species of gibbons.
    • A special throat sac enhances the siamang’s call, helping make it the loudest of the gibbons.

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