Scientific name: Hylobates moloch
Conservation status: They are listed as endangered by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN)
Where they live: They are only found on the island of Java, Indonesia.
Habitat: The historical deforestation that affected Java still maintains an overriding presence on the landscape, effectively restricting the arboreal silvery gibbon to continuous tracks of forest around mountain and volcano tops.
Diet: Mostly fruit, leaves and grubs
Threats: Deforestation and habitat loss. Only 4% of its original habitat remains.