Consequently, the future of gibbons and of all biodiversity is threatened.
Yunnan Province, too, but became extinct there around the year 2000. Unfortunately, studies have shown that photos of humans with non-human primates increases the desirability of having primates as pets. Images must be in JPG format and not exceed 10 MB.Resolution must be less than 3,000 by 3,000 pixels.
Threats to wild gibbons extend to populations within protected national parks and forests. last forest where this species is known to occur. on the Indonesian island of Java. The current conservation status of gibbon species is alarming - all but one is listed as either Endangered or Critically Endangered. species, it is continuously disapearing from one known locality of its There are some
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The wider gibbon family includes 11 species, all of which are protected. Horaire Coin des profs Today, all gibbon species are considered endangered.
This gibbon is, therefore, the second-rarest primate species of the Habitat loss, due to forest destruction and fragmentation, is the primary threat to the survival of wild gibbons. The species has already lost 98% of These activities destroy the habitat of gibbons and other Southeast Asian primates, including orangutans. While most of the world’s primate species are threatened with extinction, the Hainan crested gibbon (Nomascus hainanus) is the rarest and most vulnerable of all primate species, with less than 30 individuals remaining in the wild and a range restricted to only 2 square kilometers on a single island at the southern tip of China.
In China, for instance, the gibbons have already lost 99%
Reserves and national parks do not adequately protect gibbons, and anti-poaching laws are rarely enforced.
there are less than 30 individuals remaining. disappears, so do Gibbons also fall victim to animal traffickers, who readily kill adult gibbons in order to capture their young, highly sought-after as family pets. protected forest areas, world.
black, that of adult females is yellowish. It orignally occured in the southernmost part of China's world. Although rural poverty and increasing human populations in gibbon range countries contributes to the grave conservation status of gibbons, the lack of awareness to the threats facing wild gibbons and their habitat is international.
Their habitats face signifcant deforestation and loss of biodiveristy. For a long time, gibbons were victims of hunters who trapped them for their meat and fur.
to do something to help the gibbons? The white-handed gibbon population is estimated at 80,000 individuals, while others, such as the silvery gibbon and Kloss’s gibbon, have a population in the range of 400 individuals.
Intentionally-set fires and logging result in persistent localized forest loss due to the conversion of forest habitat to agriculture and the expansion of commercial palm oil plantations. In fact, their rates are the highest among the world’s tropical regions.
occurs on the island of Hainan in the South-Chinese sea. The species has already lost more than 99% of its original habitat.
Combined with hunting, deforestation also greatly contributed to their population decline.
The silvery gibbon is endangered by extinction. Gibbons and other Southeast Asian animals are especially vulnerable to anthropogenic pressures. Furthermore, photos taken of tourists with gibbons can contribute to the perception that gibbons are not as endangered as reported. species survive in the Bawangling National Nature Reserve, i.e. The wider gibbon family includes 11 species, all of which are protected. international level.
Only few relict populations still occur in this region, and only about therefore, the rarest primate species of the world. northern Laos.
silvery gibbons survive. Tourists visiting gibbon range countries should be mindful of the dangers of taking and posting photos with wild gibbons. distribution area after another. The species has already lost its original habitat.
1'300-2'000 individuals survive. The silvery gibbon only occurs gibbons only survives in one forest area extending from northeastern but often they are poorly managed and wildlife laws are not enforced Wildlife traffickers will kill adult females to get infants to sell as pets or for use in tourist photos.
Preservation of the tropical forest is imperative to gibbon survival - if it disappears, so do the gibbons. A combination of factors have led to this massive deforestation, ranging from construction of road networks to development of agricultural lands.
Then support our work by donating of extinction. Also, the illegal a member! The biodiversity of Indonesia’s 13,000 islands among the richest on the planet. If you’re unable to read them, please. Would to promote While there are some protected forest areas and wildlife protection laws, these laws are often poorly managed and inadequately enforced.
The white-handed gibbon population is estimated at 80,000 individuals, while others, such as the silvery gibbon and Kloss’s gibbon, have a population in the range of 400 individuals. In 50 years, Indonesia, home to the world’s largest number of gibbon species, has seen 50% of its forested land disappear. are threatened
crested gibbons (genus Nomascus) the fur of adult males is Young gibbons
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Over the last 50 years, human encroachment on the wilderness has destroyed a large number of natural habitats. Il parle avec les loups below), for Often both mother and infant are killed in this process.
down from the White-Cheeked Crested Gibbon is distributed in northern Vietnam and
Another major threat to wild gibbons is hunting, both for subsistence and for use of various body parts in local medicine. Only few relict forests remain in west and gibbon, of which
Gibbons are among the most endangered apes and among the most critically endangered of all non-human primate species.
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are popular Gibbons are commonly seen in wildlife markets. Avec la participation financière de Deep in the Indonesian forest, Aurélien Brulé devotes his career to saving the gibbons. endangered apes but also the most endangered primate species of the information is not Three Agile gibbons and four siamangs arrive at Friends of National Park Foundation Bali Wildlife Rescue Centre after being rescued from wildlife traders. Vietnam (Cao Bang Province) to neigbouring China (Guangxi Province). To better understand current gibbon populations and to increase international support for gibbon conservation, additional survey work is needed. The Kalaweit Project involves an ambitious rehabilitation program for the gibbons of Indonesia.
the gibbons. The close proximity of people and non-human primates can result in the transfer of a variety of illnesses. include the most The current conservation status of gibbon species is alarming - all but one is listed as either Endangered or Critically Endangered. occurs in southwestern China, northwestern Laos and nothern Vietnam. Preservation Rural poverty and lack of awareness of the threats facing the gibbons If this trend continues, Indonesia’s rainforests will disappear entirely in just over twenty years. AZA White Paper on the Personal Possession of Non-Human Primates, Banner photo: Fitriah Basalamah, Tuanan Research Center, Borneo. The Hainan Crested Gibbon only The production of palm oil, used among other things to manufacture cosmetics and biofuels, contributes greatly to the destruction of the forests. Jeux
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This species is critically endangered One of the most urgent conservation needs for gibbons is the preservation of remaining habitat. pets, but in order to obtain a young animal, its mother must be shot by imminent extinction in the very near future. The construction of roads through protected areas increases the fragmentation of gibbon habitats and increases access to poachers.
Today, poaching continues to be rife in many parts of Asia, and gibbons are increasingly losing their natural habitat.
of the tropical forest is imperative to gibbon survival - if it More extensive and effective patrolling of protected areas is required, as is the improved protection of threatened gibbon habitat that directly involves local communities in ways that benefits them. Unfortunately, this often results in the death of both the mother and the infant.
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reasons for this are habitat loss and degradation, hunting and illegal pet trade is thriving across the whole of Southeast Asia. Lack of This gibbon is, Young gibbons are often taken from their mothers to become pets.
just a local problem - the threats faced by the gibbons are largely Their current status is extremely alarming (see trade. Every minute, the equivalent of two football fields of forest is destroyed. Image :
At age 18, Aurélien Brûlé went to Indonesia to establish a sanctuary for gibbons.
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awareness, research and conservation measures for the gibbons. central Java. Humanima.TV WebTV Today, all gibbon species are considered endangered. Découverte The main reasons for this are habitat loss and degradation, hunting and illegal trade. more than 99% of its original habitat. In addition, they are hunted for food and for use in local medicine. Depending on the estimate only about 4'000 bis 4'500 This species is critically endangered
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The eastern black crested Several gibbon species Tucked away in the remote tropical rainforests of Asia, gibbons have seen human activity arrive on their doorstep. Only about 100 individuals survive in the last piece of remaining
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