The Northern Bornean Gibbon (Hylobates funereus), or Grey Gibbon is a small species of the gibbons and is endemic to Borneo. Originally, this species was considered a subspecies of Mueller’s Gibbon (aka Bornean Gibbon) but has been recognized as a distinct species.
Similar to the other gibbon species, they are exclusively arboreal and don’t descend to the ground. They have long arms which helps them swing from branch to branch.
Click on the video below to listen to the gibbons singing at dawn in Tawau Hills Park, Sabah.
Photo and video by Wild Ambience