Scientific Name: Symphalangus syndactylus
Found In: Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand
Size: 29-35 inches with males being slightly larger. Siamangs weigh between 17-28 lbs.
Diet: Omnivore: consisting of mostly fruit, Siamangs also eat leaves and the occasional small bird, bird eggs, spiders and insects.
Threat Level: Endangered – Major threats are destruction, degradation and fragmentation of their habitats, as well as hunting.
Facts: Siamangs are strictly arboreal, highly territorial and primarily monogamous.
Virginia Zoo Siamangs: males Bali and Guntur