Learn more about the Agile gibbon – with amazing Agile gibbon photos and facts on Arkive. Species: Hylobates agilis; Common name: Agile gibbon; Synonyms: Hylobates rafflei, Hylobates unko, Hylobates albo nigrescens, Hylobates albo griseus. Demographic processes and the structure of a population of agile gibbons ( Hylobates agilis) were investigated over 6 years in the Gunung Palung Reserve, .
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Please donate to Arkive Help us share the wonders of the natural world. Mating System monogamous Hylobates agilis becomes sexually mature around the age of 8 years. Animals with bilateral symmetry have dorsal and ventral sides, as well as anterior and posterior ends. Visual preference was evaluated in a male agile gibbon.
A high level of plasticity was found in great calls from the same individual, and generally the inferred pattern of variability suggested that ecological or social factors may confound any genetically based island dialects.
Demographic processes place gibbons at risk, however, to short-term changes in their environment. Additionally, the male is slightly larger than the female.
Visual preference in a human-reared agile gibbon (Hylobates agilis).
ADW doesn’t cover all species in the world, nor does it include all the latest scientific information about organisms we describe. The interbirth interval for H. However, snakes and raptors are probably the greatest threats to these animals.
The species is generally thought not to have subspecies, but some experts recognise a mountain aglis and a lowland form. Hylobages this Arkive thumbnail link “portlet” by copying and pasting the code below. As mentioned in the “Behavior” section, above, these animals are highly vocal, and use great call vocalizations to defend their territories from other mated pairs. To cite this page: Due to massive deforestation, their habitat is rapidly decreasing. Details on predation in this species are not available.
Mammal Species of the World: Agile gibbons have also been observed eating a variety of other foods, agili leaves, flowers, and insects. The agile gibbon is found on Sumatra southeast of Lake Toba and the Singkil Riverin a small area on the Malay Peninsulaand south Thailand near the Malaysian border.
Agile gibbon – Wikipedia
Also known as Dark-handed gibbon. Two behavioral factors, territoriality and monogamy, account for the size and stability of gibbon groups. In the early morning, great calls can be heard throughout the upper canopy. Average number of offspring 1 Average number of offspring 1 AnAge Average gestation gailis 7 months Average age at sexual or reproductive maturity female 8 years Average agiilis at sexual or hylobafes maturity male 8 years Most female gibbons nurse and care for their offspring until the offspring are about two years old.
The group usually consists of the male and female mated pair, an infant, and a juvenile. Patterns of survival, fecundity, mortality, and dispersal combined to produce negative rates of growth. Other Physical Features endothermic homoiothermic bilateral symmetry Sexual Dimorphism male larger Range mass 4 to 6 kg 8. With set 1, the subject touched photographs of humans more frequently than those of other hyloates, recalling previous findings in human-reared chimpanzees. IUCN Red List endangered species Hylobates Mammals of Malaysia Mammals of Thailand Fauna of Sumatra Primates of Indonesia Species endangered by the pet trade Species endangered by coffee plantations Species endangered by oil palm plantations Species endangered by rubber plantations Species endangered by roadbuilding Species endangered by habitat fragmentation Mammals described in Its brow hhlobates white, and the male can be recognized by its white or light-grey cheeks.
ADW: Hylobates agilis: INFORMATION
Hylobates agilis is listed by IUCN as an endangered species. Food rewards were delivered irrespective of the subject’s responses. Rodents of Unusual Size communitycoypudocumentaryecosystemenvironmentfilmmakerfilmmakinginvasiveinvasive speciesrodentsUSAWetlandswildlife Monday 24 September Wildscreen With – Tom Hooker: White-handed gibbon Hylobates lar.