gibbon : Hinano

GAIN ID numberGAIN ID number
We assinged GAIN original IDs based on the domestic studbook numbers.
:0005    (2012-02-03Updated)
International studbook number: -

Name Hinano
Sex Female
Species or Subspecies Hylobates lar
Date of birth 1972?
Place of birth unknown
Current facility ​Center for the Evolutionary Origins of Human Behavior, Kyoto University
[Japanese studbook number:H.lar73]
[P.R.I. KyotoUniv.H.l#9]
The individual is covered with bright brown hair, and her eyebrows are white. She was injured in the past, and one of her hands is nonfunctional. She had no name for a while but was named in 1998.
The individual is very gentle and docile. However, when she sings, she displays authority, competing against an opposing female.
Life history
Research results using samples from this individual
  1. Ishida, H., Kimura, T., Okada, M., and Yamazaki, N. (1984). Kineological aspects of bipedal walking in gibbons. In H. Preuschoft, D. Chivers, W. Y. Brockelman, and N. Creel. (Eds.). The lesser apes. Evolutionary and behavioral biology(pp135-145). Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

Selection of Apes