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Southeast Asian Endangered Species: Conqueror Gibbon

Animal

Conqueror gibbons are a family of monkeys that live in Laos and Vietnam. This monkey lives only in Southeast Asia and, like other gibbons, has long arms and few tails. It is a monkey with very white hair and lives in the forest area. The number of this monkey has been gradually decreasing in recent years, and conservation activities are needed. This monkey is currently designated as an endangered species.

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Habitat

Conqueror gibbons live in Southeast Asia.

Characteristics

Conqueror gibbons are monkeys with a body length of about 40-50 cm and are among the gibbons. This monkey inhabits Southeast Asia, such as Laos, Vietnam, and Cambodia. Conqueror gibbons, like other gibbons, have long arms and no tail. Males have a black body, while females have a pale cream color, so there is a gender difference. Conqueror gibbons prefer forest areas such as evergreens, semi-evergreens and deciduous forests, moving agilely between branches, spending most of their time on trees. Conqueror gibbons are active during the day and often rest on trees during the night. In addition, these monkeys rarely live alone and live in groups.

Ecology

Conqueror gibbons feed on fruits, leaves, tree buds, and rarely on insects, bird eggs, frogs, and snails. The cultivated form is embryo. After 7-8 months of gestation, you can give birth to one animal at a time. Newborn children live with their parents for about two years. Lifespan is 25-30 years.

Endangered species

Conqueror gibbons have natural enemies. Leopards and clouded leopards prey on this monkey. Besides that, humans are the biggest threat. Conqueror gibbons can only live in forest areas, but humans have deforested them, destroying their habitats and leaving no place to live. The Conqueror Gibbon is currently designated as an endangered species. This kind of conservation activity is carried out in Southeast Asia.

Breeding

Conqueror gibbons are endangered and inhabit only in forest areas, making them impossible for the general public to breed. Watch at the zoo or go to Southeast Asia.

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