Researchers have only recently become aware of how Gibbon calls can function as detailed warnings of danger, not just romantic serenades.

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Khao Yai is home to two species of gibbon, the White-handed or Lar gibbon and the rarer Pileated Gibbon. In a small area these two species even hybridize naturally, one of only three such gibbon hybridization zones in the world.