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Miracle Baby Gibbon Rescued at Greensboro Science Center - read the compelling story at ZooBorns.com and at http://www.zooborns.com/zooborns/2013/05/miracle-baby-gibbon-rescued-at-greensboro-science-center.html

In North Carolina at the Greensboro Science Center, an endangered Javan gibbon newborn named Duke is being fed by a bottle. Isn't he adorable?

This baby Lar Gibbon named Sholo goes solo at Drusillas Park, swinging in the trees, under mom's watchful eye.

Beautiful Baby Gibbons Monkey, baby Sholo goes solo at Drusillas park zoo

A male Western Lowland Gorilla born at the Oklahoma City Zoo on Valentine’s Day was given a name on his one-month birthday: the baby will be called Leom, which combines the last two letters of his mother’s name, Kelele, and...

A male Western Lowland Gorilla born at the Oklahoma City Zoo on Valentine’s Day was given a name on his one-month birthday: the baby will be called Leom, which combines the last two letters of his mother’s name, Kelele, and.

This new baby Gibbon is in good hands at the Jackson, Mississippi zoo!     (KO) And so cute!

White-handed Gibbon born at Mississippi’s Jackson Zoo! The baby is a little female named Jari,

Baby Gibbon

While he may have lost his parachute pants, Walli the White-Cheeked Gibbon is growing up and favoring a more sophisticated setting. In these bold photographs by the Life On White team, we get a look at the now baby.

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A rare Javan Gibbon has survived the first few months of life, all thanks to the round-the-clock care and attention provided by the staff at Perth Zoo, Western Australia. Photo Credits: Perth Zoo The little male Javan Gibbon, named ‘Owa’.

All six species of crested gibbons are endangered, with numbers in the wild ranging from 20 Hainan gibbons (the world's rarest primate) to approximately 30,000 buff cheeked gibbons.These small, arboreal apes are considered to be among the world’s greatest acrobats. They can leap distances of 40 feet at speeds of up to 35 mph while 200 feet above the ground. This swinging from branch to branch is called brachiating.

The Northern White-cheeked Gibbon from Viet Nam, Lao PDR and China, is critically endangered due to hunting and habitat loss.

On April 29, Isabella, the Greensboro Science Center’s (GSC) rare and endangered Javan Gibbon, gave birth to a baby boy. In both the wild and in zoos, it’s not unusual for first-time mother Gibbons to abandon their first child, and that’s exactly what happened to the fragile newborn, who was discovered alone in the Gibbon habitat.

On April Isabella, the Greensboro Science Center’s (GSC) rare and endangered Javan Gibbon, gave birth to a baby boy. In both the wild and in zoos, it’s not unusual for first-time mother Gibbons to abandon their first child, and.

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