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Video: So What Do Gibbons Sound Like When they Sing?

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Earlier today, we told you about the Gibbon Research Center up in Santa Clarita (they're having a vegan breakfast fundraiser on Sunday morning) where every morning, they sing--it's a territorial thing. On a recent visit to the center, we were very lucky to hear them for about 20 minutes and got a little of it on video.

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