Black Crested Gibbon
Black Crested Gibbon ©www.fauna-flora.org

Order Primates

Family Hylobatidae

Scientific Name

Nomascus concolor

Other Names

Concolor

Thumbnail Description

Gibbons are also adept, however, at walking upright, both on the ground and in the trees.

They forage and sleep amongst the trees.

They are able to produce loud and long song bouts 10–30 minutes.

Size & Weight

Adults:

HEAD-BODY-LENGTH: 43–54 cm (17–21 in)

WEIGHT: 6.9 to 10 kg (15 to 22 lb)

Habitat

Tropical evergreen, semievergreen, deciduous forests, subtropical, mountainous areas; altitude 2100 to 2400 m

Distribution

China, Laos, northern Vietnam

Diet

Ripe, sugar-rich fruit, figs, leaf buds

Reproduction

Unknown

Mating Period

Unknown

Gestation Period

Unknown

Sexual Maturity

Unknown

Population

Unknown

Lifespan

Unknown

Speed

Unknown

Baby Name

Unknown

Home Range

Unknown

Group Name

Troops

Predators

Unknown

Sounds

Unknown

Group Size

Unknown

Behavior

Diurnal, arboreal

Conservation Status

Critically Endangered