Gibbon Walking A Tightrope

Forget monkey bars this gutsy gibbon clearly prefers the trickier task of the tightrope. The funky monkey looked footloose and fancy free as it strutted it stuff on a branch in Borneo – mimicking the movements of an acrobat. The Hylobates agilis, also known as the Black-Handed Gibbon or the lesser ape, captivated tourists with its agile antics. As it sprinted skilfully back and forth across a branch, wildlife photographer Thomas Marent, captured the entire comic episode on camera.

Forget monkey bars this gutsy gibbon clearly prefers the trickier task of the tightrope. The funky monkey looked footloose and fancy free as it strutted it stuff on a branch in Borneo - mimicking the movements of an acrobat. The Hylobates agilis, also known as the Black-Handed Gibbon or the lesser ape, captivated tourists with its agile antics. As it sprinted skilfully back and forth across a branch, wildlife photographer Thomas Marent, captured the entire comic episode on camera.

Forget monkey bars this gutsy gibbon clearly prefers the trickier task of the tightrope. The funky monkey looked footloose and fancy free as it strutted it stuff on a branch in Borneo - mimicking the movements of an acrobat. The Hylobates agilis, also known as the Black-Handed Gibbon or the lesser ape, captivated tourists with its agile antics. As it sprinted skilfully back and forth across a branch, wildlife photographer Thomas Marent, captured the entire comic episode on camera.

Forget monkey bars this gutsy gibbon clearly prefers the trickier task of the tightrope. The funky monkey looked footloose and fancy free as it strutted it stuff on a branch in Borneo - mimicking the movements of an acrobat. The Hylobates agilis, also known as the Black-Handed Gibbon or the lesser ape, captivated tourists with its agile antics. As it sprinted skilfully back and forth across a branch, wildlife photographer Thomas Marent, captured the entire comic episode on camera.

Forget monkey bars this gutsy gibbon clearly prefers the trickier task of the tightrope. The funky monkey looked footloose and fancy free as it strutted it stuff on a branch in Borneo - mimicking the movements of an acrobat. The Hylobates agilis, also known as the Black-Handed Gibbon or the lesser ape, captivated tourists with its agile antics. As it sprinted skilfully back and forth across a branch, wildlife photographer Thomas Marent, captured the entire comic episode on camera.