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    Newborn White-Cheeked Gibbon


    [Nomascus is the second most speciose genus of gibbons (family Hylobatidae). Originally this genus was a subgenus of Hylobates, and all individuals were considered one species, Hylobates concolor. Species within Nomascus are characterized by 52 chromosomes. Some species are all black, some light with a distinct black tuft of crown fur, and some by distinct, light-colored cheek patches. Nomascus is found from southern China (Yunnan) to southern Vietnam, and also on Hainan Island. One of the genus species, Nomascus nasutus, has been deemed [the most critically endangered ape species in the world]. All of the species in this genus are endangered or critically endangered]. – Wikipedia

    Photos: A newborn White-Cheeked Gibbon clings to its mother in the Nanning Zoo on April 12, 2004 in Nanning, Guangxi province, China. The White-Cheeked Gibbons natural habitat is Southern China as well as Vietnam and Laos. They are classified as highly endangered and are on the brink of extinction due to poaching and reduction of natural rainforests. (Photo by Getty Images)


    Newborn White-Cheeked Gibbon Nomascus




    Newborn White-Cheeked Gibbon Nomascus




    Newborn White-Cheeked Gibbon Nomascus




    Newborn White-Cheeked Gibbon Nomascus




    Newborn White-Cheeked Gibbon Nomascus




    Newborn White-Cheeked Gibbon Nomascus




    Newborn White-Cheeked Gibbon Nomascus




    Newborn White-Cheeked Gibbon Nomascus


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Newborn White-Cheeked Gibbon


[Nomascus is the second most speciose genus of gibbons (family Hylobatidae). Originally this genus was a subgenus of Hylobates, and all individuals were considered one species, Hylobates concolor. Species within Nomascus are characterized by 52 chromosomes. Some species are all black, some light with a distinct black tuft of crown fur, and some by distinct, light-colored cheek patches. Nomascus is found from southern China (Yunnan) to southern Vietnam, and also on Hainan Island. One of the genus species, Nomascus nasutus, has been deemed [the most critically endangered ape species in the world]. All of the species in this genus are endangered or critically endangered]. – Wikipedia

Photos: A newborn White-Cheeked Gibbon clings to its mother in the Nanning Zoo on April 12, 2004 in Nanning, Guangxi province, China. The White-Cheeked Gibbons natural habitat is Southern China as well as Vietnam and Laos. They are classified as highly endangered and are on the brink of extinction due to poaching and reduction of natural rainforests. (Photo by Getty Images)


Newborn White-Cheeked Gibbon Nomascus




Newborn White-Cheeked Gibbon Nomascus




Newborn White-Cheeked Gibbon Nomascus




Newborn White-Cheeked Gibbon Nomascus




Newborn White-Cheeked Gibbon Nomascus




Newborn White-Cheeked Gibbon Nomascus




Newborn White-Cheeked Gibbon Nomascus




Newborn White-Cheeked Gibbon Nomascus


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