Gibbons have several adaptations. One such adaptation is the development of a gibbon’s arm muscles, which allow them to swing from tree-to-tree, so they may reach the edge of the canopy (the location where most of their food is found.) They also have adapted high cusps on their back teeth, for grinding plant matter. Their digestive systems are also well-adapted to eating primarily foliage.
Gibbons have many dexterity adaptations. They have very good hand-eye coordination and precision of movement. These adaptations allow them to navigate quickly and quietly through the forest and to avoid predation.
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