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"Chinese Gibbon's Decline and Fall" Topic

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GurKhan22 Jun 2018 3:30 a.m. PST

An ancient Chinese tomb, possibly that of the First Emperor's grandmother, has produced a skull from a previously unknown, extinct, species of gibbon.


Military significance unknown, but if you've always wanted to model a Qin commander with a small ape sitting on his (or her) shoulder, now's your chance.

M C MonkeyDew22 Jun 2018 7:17 a.m. PST

<3 <3

Cacique Caribe Inactive Member22 Jun 2018 11:36 a.m. PST

Maybe she was also a pirate. :)



rvandusen22 Jun 2018 2:51 p.m. PST

The scientific name should be the Euell Theophilus Gibbon.

Personal logo Bowman Supporting Member of TMP22 Jun 2018 3:49 p.m. PST

The other apes are sure to follow this one. Just looked up how many species of gibbon exist. Along the way I found out that all apes are endangered with some types of gorilla and orangutan critically. Sad.

And Dan, I know that you know that the creature on Geoffrey Rush's shoulder is a Capuchin.

Cacique Caribe Inactive Member22 Jun 2018 10:43 p.m. PST

Yes. It's a capuchin. But a baby or some extinct pygmy Gibbon would work too.


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