|The Gibbon Network was founded by Dr. Thomas Geissmann
in order to connect people interested in gibbon research, connect field sites in
South-east Asia specializing in gibbon research and reintroduction, and facilitate
the exchange of gibbon-information and research news.
Please notice that this is an open site, meaning that you are invited to contribute to it. If you want to promote your own gibbon-related research projects, results or field sites, here is an opportunity. Send us gibbon-related texts, news items and information you would like to see on the Gibbon Network (studbooks, publications, news, ... ). If you find some information missing or being out of date on this website, please help us out.
|Press a button to jump to the desired page:
|Please also visit the website of the Gibbon Research Lab.
It is the companion site to the Gibbon Network and is frequently updated. It offers
an introduction to the natural history of the gibbons or small apes (Hylobatidae),
a review of gibbon systematics and gibbon singing behavior, a photo and sound gallery
of all gibbon species, complete research articles on various aspects of gibbon biology,
and a comprehensive list of gibbon-related links. The following pages of the Gibbon
Research Lab. can be directly accessed here: