|Northern Buffed-cheeked Gibbon|
male northern buffed-cheeked gibbons
|Range||Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos.|
The northern buffed-cheeked gibbon resembles the Yellow-cheeked gibbon in appearance. Males and females of the gibbon differ in morphology and color. The male has a primarily black pelt that glistens silver in sunlight, with a lighter brown chest. The cheeks are a deep golden-orange, and the crest is very prominent. The female, on the other hand, lacks the characteristic crest and is orange-beige in color.
The [[wikipedia:Holotype|holotype is located in the Zoological Museum of the Vietnam National University.