South American Man-Beasts (Brazil)

Kondoru

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I always thought Gibbons were not keen to move on the ground?
 

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First time I've seen this thread—c'mon, what's the big whoop? There are man-beasts everywhere. They drink beer! :p
 

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The images look very much like chimpanzee walking upright

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I always thought Gibbons were not keen to move on the ground?
They are not in the wild, only coming down in times of drought. In captivity they will spends much more time on the ground though.
 

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How does a Gibbon move on the ground?

The animal in the picture isnt knuckle walking
 

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The image i posted is an blow up of the image on the left :)

Which, with respect, is why the image looks like dog****.

Blowing it up only complicates matters if the image is already poor quality.

As we can't interrogate an original image here, I wonder whether anything might be gleaned from respective sizes and distances.

How do people still take photos of such poor quality in 2021?

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