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siamang:

see gibbongibbon,
small ape, family Hylobatidae, found in the forests of SE Asia. The gibbons are known as the small, or lesser, apes; they are the most highly adapted of the apes to arboreal life. They are highly endangered because of habitat destruction.
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Under this partnership, Siamang will be able to provide more effective IT service management solutions with the use of Cherwell s ground-breaking Cherwell Service Management software accompanied by Siamang s implementation expertise.
Cross-species interaction and communication: a study method applied to captive siamang (Hylobates syndactylus) and long-billed corella (Cacatua tenuirostris) contacts with humans.
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Hylobates: Gibones: Manos blancas, Muller, Siamang.
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Not the Chinese maples shading the siamang apes honking like a chorus of Model-T horns.