Thanks to your donations, these residents are living their second chance
Here are the gibbons who already have one (or more!) sponsor, covering all of their costs. It is therefore no longer possible to sponsor them.
25 years old
Siamang (Symphalangus syndactylus)
Sponsored by Christophe Amblard, Corinne Copin
Ajun is doing well.
He is always with his partner Momo.
In the mornong, Ajun and Momo like to sing together with others siamangs in the Center.
September, 10 2021
Ajun is fine. He is now with a female gibbon name Momo.
Ajun's fine. He's active in swinging.
After balancing, Ajun likes to sit on an extended branch.
Ajun eats well the fruits and other food as chicken, hard-boiled egg and milk.
He's active in swinging.
Ajun eats his food well. He always takes and eats bananas first. After it takes and eats other fruits like papaya, watermelon, pineapple, mandarin, cucumber, carrot and bean.
Ajun likes to eat by the feeder.
Ajun are active in swinging and singing at the top of the cage.
Ajun spends a lot of time at the top of the cage. He only comes down when he wants to take his fruit.
Ajun has good food.
Ajun goes well on our cenre for the siamangs and gibbons of Sumatra which is on the island Marak, west of Padang.
Ajun is a male Siamang (Symphalangus syndactylus) who can be found in Sumatera, Indonesia.
The estimate of the Year of birth: 1998.
Ajun was confiscated in Jakarta, the capital of Indonesia. He arrived at Kalaweit Sumatera on 02 December 2010.
The result of the blood test is negative. Ajun is healthy.
Supayang Conservation Centre and Sanctuary, Solok, West Sumatera.