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Unformatted text preview: to get around. Display Behavior: At the zoo they sat on the pole watching the people pass by and would brachiate across the poles then cling on the cage to see what people were up to across the zoo. The father gibbon also started to howl at one point. Presenting: No presenting was done, but in gibbons females attract males in mating by quick jerking movements in the upper-body. This movement is known as bobbing. What happens when food is introduced by the zoo keepers? No food was introduced. Comments: To me the cage looked like it could have had major improvements. Even though it was surrounded by trees, inside there was none and just looked like it was full of metal, even the poles they swung on were metal. It looked like the enjoyed it, but it could affect their natural habitat....
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2011 for the course ANTHRO 300 taught by Professor H during the Spring '11 term at American River.
- Spring '11