Order : Primates
Family : Hylobatidae
Species : Hylobates moloch
The Javan gibbon, silvery gibbon is listed as Critically Endangered (CR), facing an extremely high risk of extinction in the wild, on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species
Namings for the silvery gibbonA silvery gibbon group is called a 'flange'.
Facts about the silvery gibbon
The gibbon (Hylobates moloch) is listed as Critically Endangered by the International (Full text)
In this paper the silvery gibbon is investigated as (Full text)
Noel RoweThe silvery gibbon is the most threatened of nine imperiled gibbon species. (Full text)
In addition to its extensive dietary requirements, the silvery gibbon is dependent on a high continuous forest canopy for locomotion.
The silvery gibbon is classified as Hylobates moloch, the.
The silvery gibbon is even more unusual among hylobatids, because of the rarity of male singing (Geissmann, in prep.
The silvery gibbon is in the most danger. (Full text)
The silvery gibbons are small apes, weighing 13 pounds (6 kg), have no tail, and are known as Lesser Apes. (Full text)
Java's last silvery gibbons are confined to 23 isolated parks and unprotected patches of lowland evergreen rain forests, Dr. (Full text)
Silvery Gibbons are listed as critically endangered.
Silvery Gibbons are found only on the Indonesian island of Java.
investigation was the fact that silvery gibbons are sedentary; (Full text)
Silvery gibbons are occasionally found in quiet corners of the h2g2 Natural History Museum and are currently attempting to create mischief at the home of Australian and NZ Researchers. (Full text)
) Silvery gibbons are unusual among gibbons in that duet songs do not occur and most song bouts are female solo songs (86%).More animals beginning with S