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  Northern White-cheeked Gibbon (male)

 

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The male Northern White-cheeked Gibbon can be distinguished from the Southern White-cheeked Gibbon (fig.) by the white cheek-patches which reach to the upper borders of the ears and do not touch the corners of the mouth, rather than only half way to the ears and to the edges of the lips. See also List of Thai Animal Names.

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