Article by The Guardian
If the gibbons are watching, they are probably feeling a touch disdainful. For our primate cousins, this kind of treetop travel is a doddle. Equipped with nothing more than mobile wrists and a gung-ho disposition, gibbons are nature’s great arboreal acrobats, capable of travelling from branch to branch at great speed.
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The Gardian: Ziplines in the jungle: a high-wire act in Laos (30/11/2012)