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The white-cheeked gibbon has extremely dense fur, which protects it from the rain of its habitat.
The white-cheeked gibbon has extremely dense fur, which protects it from the rain of its habitat. It also has extremely long hook-shaped hands and feet, which is the perfect design for its life in the trees. It was also created with opposable thumbs, which are excellent design features for tree life given to the gibbon by its Creator.
Black-crested gibbon, silvery gibbon, lar gibbon
CLASS: Mammalia (mammal)
ORDER: Primates (monkeys)
FAMILY: Hylobatidae (tree-dwellers)
GENUS/SPECIES: Hylobates leucogenys
Size: 1.5–2 ft (0.5–0.6 m)
Average Weight: 13 lbs (5.7 kg)
Original Diet: Plants
Present Diet: Mostly plants; some invertebrates, young birds, and eggs
Habitat: Rainforests of Southeastern Asia from sea level to about 1.5 mi (2.4 km) elevation