Depicts the ecology of Hall's Island, Bermuda -- the location of a small free-ranging colony of white-handed gibbons. Introduces each gibbon, identifying its special characteristics, and looks at the gibbon's daily activity cycle: foraging for plant and animal foods, reacting to new food objects, drinking patterns, grooming, resting, and sleeping. Produced by C.R. Carpenter. From the C.R. Carpenter Primate Studies series.
Media Type: DVD
Length: 23 min
Stock Number: 22717DVD
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