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On a recent Wednesday morning, Tristen Woods stood in a Kansas City TV studio in a crisp blue suit, cradling a squirmy white-cheeked gibbon against his chest.
Most apes, which include gorillas, gibbons, orangutans, chimpanzees and bonobos, live deep in the rain forest.
A year later, they were joined by 14 gibbons, but these apes, which typically swing through the canopies of Asian rainforests, didn’t take to the flat, small island.
Scientists discovered the skywalker hoolock gibbons in eastern Myanmar and southwestern China.
Although the fossil looks a bit like a gibbon skull on first blush, Nengo says, its dental pattern and teeth shape suggest its closest relatives are other Miocene fossil primates from the genus Nyanzapithecus, also found in Kenya.
FCKC ORL Shots 7 25 Shots on goal 3 11 Saves 7 2 Corner kicks 3 8 Fouls 5 10 Offsides 3 0 YELLOW CARDS Kansas City: Gibbons, 88th.
Gibbons' opinions were and are pretty commonplace, but Team Mandel's attacks illustrate the difference between being in private business and running for office, particularly amid today's shifting political winds regarding international trade.
Mayor Bob Henry, who appointed Gibbons to fill Pam White’s remaining term after White was elected Canyon County commissioner, announced Gibbons’ resignation Tuesday and apologized for the error.
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Origin and Etymology of gibbon
First Known Use: 1774See Words from the same year
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Definition of gibbon for English Language Learners
: a small ape of southeastern Asia that has long arms and legs and lives mostly in trees
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