The White Handed gibbons largest threat, is due to habitat destruction by humans for purposes of agriculture, and forrestry. Other threats to this species is the pet trade, and meat consumption.
Gibbons are small apes and therefore they do NOT have tails! Apes do NOT have tails.
Laos, China, and Vietnam.
They give LIVE birth.
Yes Gibbons are endangered due to habitat loss and hunting.
Gibbons live in old growth tropical rain forests in southeast Asia.
Most gibbons live in south africa. Most gibbons live in south africa.
Priscilla Gibbons was born on July 25, 1982, in White Plains, New York, USA.
They eat leaves and fruits.
Humans, tigers, and leopards are the main threats other than habitat loss.