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  • The zoo has four white-cheeked gibbons: two males that were born there and two females that were brought in from the wild, probably from Vietnam.

    Gibbon songs have regional accents, says new study

  • A critically endangered white-cheeked gibbon gave birth to a healthy infant on Thursday, and she has been cuddling and carrying the baby gibbon around the primate house ever since.

    PHOTOS: Critically Endangered Gibbon Baby Born In Chicago

  • A critically endangered white-cheeked gibbon gave birth to a healthy infant on Thursday,...

    PHOTOS: Critically Endangered Gibbon Baby Born In Chicago

  • The common opossum (Didelphis marsupialis) is sometimes divided into two distinct races: the white-cheeked Virginia opossum (D. virginiana), in the U.S., northern and western Mexico; and the dark-cheeked Mexican opossum (D. mesoamericana), found further south.

    Did You Know? "Tlacuaches" (opossums )

  • There are at least four bird species endemic to the Bahamas islands which may utilize mangrove habitats at times including the Bahama woodstar, white-cheeked pintail, Bahamas swallow and Bahama yellowthroat; although none of them specifically live in mangrove habitat exclusively.

    Bahamas,The

  • Although there are no endemic birds, the white-cheeked tit (Aegithalos leucogenys) and the Kashmir nuthatch (Sitta cashmirensis) are limited to this ecoregion.

    Sulaiman Range alpine meadows

  • There are at least four bird species endemic to the Bahamas islands which may utilize mangrove habitats at times including the Bahama woodstar (Calliphlox eveltnae), white-cheeked pintail (Anas bahamensis), Bahamas swallow (Tachycinetacyaneoviridis) and Bahama yellowthroat (Geothlypis rostrata); although none of them specifically live in mangrove habitat exclusively.

    Bahamian mangroves

  • This ecoregion has lost most of its outstanding biodiversity, although the white-cheeked gibbon and Francois's leaf monkey can still be found locally in these forests.

    Northern Vietnam lowland rain forests

  • Nevertheless, it still harbors several mammals and birds of conservation significance, including the Owston's banded civet (Hemigalus owstoni), white-cheeked gibbon (Hylobates leucogenys), red-shanked douc langur (Pygathrix nemaeus), and Francois's leaf monkey (Semnopithecus francoisi).

    Northern Vietnam lowland rain forests

  • However, the white-cheeked turaco is extremely adaptable and the regional representative of a type that is found across all of Africa.

    Ethiopian montane forests

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