The gibbon island

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The gibbon island

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A siamang youngster clings onto its mother as she swings from branch to branch. Surrounded by members of its tribe it learns how to explore the island, located at the bottom Mersus Emergo, on the shore of the lagoon. Make sure to also observe their antics from the deck of the ship (on the port side!).

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