Best Gibbon Documentaries

A look at the best FREE Gibbon documentaries.

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1. Saving Indonesia's Elephants and Gibbons 4K | 1,000 Days For The Planet | Real Wild

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Duration: 01:20:23

Published: May 3, 2022

Views: 33225+

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Channel: Real Wild

The Sedna 4 Team travels to the island of Sumatra in Indonesia, where much of the biodiversity has been removed in exchange for monoculture, creating habitat loss for wildlife, like the Sumatran elephants. Arriving in the Province of Riau, National Parks have been recently established to protect the remaining biodiversity and wildlife, with the WWF and local conservationists and biologists, working with them to show which areas are safe to migrate to and which aren’t. The team then travels to Borneo where habitat loss continues to be a problem for the Gibbons. They go to Kalaweit, the worlds largest private

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2. The Increasingly Rare Monkeys Of Bangladesh | Hoolock Gibbons Grasping The Last Branch | Real Wild

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Duration: 48:43

Published: April 16, 2022

Views: 11194+

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Channel: Real Wild

The Western Hoolock Gibbon is the only species of ape that is native to Bangladesh and due to forest destruction, both their habitat and population is shrinking at a rapid rate. With the remaining species at risk, this documentary looks at public awareness of the problem to help conserve and protect.#RealWild #Documentary

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3. Gibbons: The Forgotten Apes In Peril (Wildlife Documentary) | Real Wild

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Duration: 48:15

Published: October 24, 2020

Views: 75313+

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Channel: Real Wild

Gibbons are highly intelligent, agile and acrobatic tree-dwelling apes, found in the tropical forests of Asia. Most of the gibbon species are highly endangered and are on the verge of extinction, as a result of the destruction of their tropical rain forest habitat as well as being hunted for food. #RealWild #Documentary

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4. Protecting The Rare Gibbons Of Indonesia | 1000 Days For The Planet | Real Wild

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Duration: 40:09

Published: March 28, 2020

Views: 139160+

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Channel: Real Wild

Aurélien Brulé moved to Indonesia to save the gibbons--small tree-dwelling monkeys whose native forests are being ravaged by oil palm production and who are then often captured and kept as pets, or held captive in deplorable conditions.. A crew of mariners, scientists and filmmakers are followed as they cast off on the Sedna IV, an oceanographic schooner, to sail around the world exploring the beauty of nature, how ecosystems work and conservation challenges facing the planet. #RealWild #Documentary

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