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Siamang (Hylobates syndactlylus) walking, rear view (Enhancement) : Stock Photo
Singapore Zoo, Singapore. Siamangs are the largest species of gibbon, growing to heights of 75-90cm (30-35in). Their natural distribution is in Malaysia and Sumatra where they live in mountain forests. They are sociable animals, living in family groups.

Siamang (Hylobates syndactlylus) walking, rear view (Enhancement)

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Singapore Zoo, Singapore. Siamangs are the largest species of gibbon, growing to heights of 75-90cm (30-35in). Their natural distribution is in Malaysia and Sumatra where they live in mountain forests. They are sociable animals, living in family groups.
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