Siamang Gibbons lives in Malay Peninsula Sumatra.
Siamang Gibbons had larger numbers before people started cutting down their habitat and the number started decreasing. Siamangs are mammals and they’re very hairy.
Siamang Gibbons have large sockets on their throats. They are the colour grey and can blow up to the size of their heads. Siamang Gibbons can be fierce so watch out!
Siamang Gibbons are omnivores. 75% of their diet is fruit, leaves, flowers, seeds, treebark and tender plant shoots.
Siamang gibbons have the ability to rotate their shoulder sockets and their long strong arms.
“Jaw dropping facts”:
Their Super family is Hominoidea.
Siamang Gibbons mate at 5 to 7 years old
Siamang Gibbons are a threatened species and are worth saving.
Siamang Gibbons make a very loud noise to let other animals know where their territory is.