The palms and fingers of gibbons are elongated, naturally bent, giving them a firm grip. In relation to the rest of their body, they have the longest arms among apes. The long span of arms aids them in balancing when walking on tree limbs and jumping from branch to branch leaping distances over 10 m. long and they can move about 50 km/h.

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