White-handed Gibbon The white-handed gibbon is native to the rainforests of Southeast Asia. This species like most gibbons is monogamous. White-handed gibbons are primarily a fruit eater and rarely eat other plants material. To move quickly through the canopy treetops gibbons use a form of locomotion called brachiating, which involves long swinging and grasping arm strides.
Skull Length: 11cm (4.3in)