Agile gibbon is a member of the gibbon that lives only in Indonesia and Malaysia. It is a monkey with no tail, long arms and fingers, and its whole body is black. A monkey that uses its long arms to grab a branch and swing its body like a pendulum, allowing it to move swiftly across its arms. Human land development poses the greatest threat to this monkey, and extensive deforestation has also taken place, resulting in a dramatic decline in population and designation as an endangered species.
Agile gibbon inhabits only Indonesia and Malaysia.
Agile gibbon is 40-60 cm in length. Most of the body hair is black, but there are also reddish brown. The hair on the eyebrows is always white, and the hair on the cheeks is also white for males. Agile gibbons are very athletic and move quickly between trees. Gibbons have longer and slender hands than humans and can use their hands well to cross trees. Agile gibbons prefer to live in the rainforest and are diurnal animals. Agile gibbons, like other gibbons, often live in groups. Has territory, but sings for the appeal of territory.
Agile gibbons eat fruits, as well as leaves and flowers, as well as insects. The cultivated form is embryo. You can give birth to one animal at a time during the 7-month gestation period. Children have a breastfeeding period of about two years and live with their parents for a while. The child will mature and become independent in about 8 years. You can live for 30-40 years in captivity.
Agile gibbons live mainly in the rainforest, so there are not many foreign enemies. The biggest threat is humans. Southeast Asia is the most developed land in the world, and land development and deforestation are the biggest threats. Poaching for pets is also a problem for agile gibbons. Habitat is known to be rapidly declining and has been designated as an endangered species.
Agile gibbon is designated as an endangered species. Therefore, breeding is quite difficult. Watch at the zoo or go to Southeast Asia.