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Gibbon on a wire.

Oakland Zoo, Oakland CA"Gibbon on a wire. Whooping it up.”I could call this shot. “The quick and the loud." The white-handed (Lar)  gibbons at the Oakland Z00 are both. With trees and ropes to traverse over, they can get moving pretty quick. Swinging from their arms is their main way of traveling. I caught this guy between swings & bites of his carrot. Oh, and don’t get them started with the “Whooping”. Their vocalizations are very LOUD, generally are indications of their happiness. But they also sing, these gibbons are monogamous and sing together. Bonded couples create their own song with parts for both male and female. 

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Oakland Zoo, Oakland CA

"Gibbon on a wire. Whooping it up.”


I could call this shot. “The quick and the loud." The white-handed (Lar)  gibbons at the Oakland Z00 are both. With trees and ropes to traverse over, they can get moving pretty quick. Swinging from their arms is their main way of traveling. I caught this guy between swings & bites of his carrot. Oh, and don’t get them started with the “Whooping”. 


Their vocalizations are very LOUD, generally are indications of their happiness. But they also sing, these gibbons are monogamous and sing together. Bonded couples create their own song with parts for both male and female. 



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Aug 19, 2021
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IMG_4587-2 Capture Date: Aug 19, 2021 10:28 AM
Whopping it up.
Camera:Canon EOS 77DISO Speed:200Exposure:1/320 secAperture:f / 7.1Focal Length:169 mmFlash:Did not Fire
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