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White-cheeked Gibbon at the Pittsburgh Zoo

July 25, 2011

Photo Credit
Vanessa Eozzo

The White-cheeked Gibbon is known for its relatively small body size and long arms, which allows it to hang and feed from tree branches. This photo was taken at the Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium. The zoo has tons of interesting facts about every animal there.

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