Gibbons are the smallest and most sensitive apes. Its biggest feature is that its arms and hands are very long. Even when standing upright, its fingers can touch the ground. Do you know why Gibbons have long arms? Next, let’s introduce the gibbon and its long arm.
Gibbons live in dense jungle. They live in families, including one male, one female and two to four cubs. Gibbons mainly live in tropical forests in Asia. Gibbon is distributed in a small amount in China and is a precious national first-class protected animal.