The World’s Only Asiatic Lion, the Gibbon Ape of India, Gibbon Fur Changing With Age, Gibbons Acting as the Fastest Non-Flying Animals of the Indian Forest, the Etymology of “Himalaya”, the Rainiest City in the World, and the Method Used to Create Cherrapunji, India’s Land Bridges

India is home to the world's only asiatic lion, which now only reside within the national park of the Gir forest. India is not only home to monkeys, but also apes, specifically the gibbon, which is an ape, but not considered a great ape, as they are small in stature. Gibbons are monogamous and the babies are born pure white, with their fur turning black as they age if they are male and turning golden brown as they age if they are female. Gibbons are the fastest non flying animals in the forest, ...

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