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Northern White-Cheeked Gibbon

Northern white-cheeked gibbons live in tropical rainforests in Southeast Asia. They spend most of their time in the upper canopy, feeding mainly on fruit, leaves, and flowers. Males are distinguished by their black fur and signature white patches on their cheeks. Females are reddish-tan with a black strip along their heads and back of their necks. These charismatic gibbons fill the forest with song with their unique vocalization patterns, characterized by alternating calls and behavioral acrobatics between males and females.

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