White cheeked gibbon is a kind of animal that is easy to fight with desire. It is distributed in Cambodia, northern Laos and Yunnan, China. Weighing 5 to 7 kg, the male body hair is long and rough, mainly black, but there is long white hair on his cheeks and a pinch of towering long hair on his head, which the female ape does not have. White cheeked Gibbons inhabit the tropical dense forest below 1500 meters above sea level. Usually a pair of adult individuals and their larvae form a small family to live together. Each family has its own fixed field, which includes foraging, sleeping and activities. Twigs, teeth, leaves and various fruits are their best lunch. Like other gibbons, it has the ability to jump in the sky among the woods. It can leap 5-6 meters in the forest at once, so it is also known as the “Gymnastics prince in the forest”. The call of white cheeked Gibbons is about 8 times higher than that of human beings. They can be heard in a distance of 3 to 5 kilometers in the wild, comparable to roaring monkeys in South America, so they are listed as the best treble stars in the world. White cheeked Gibbons reproduce slowly, giving birth to only one baby per fetus, and sexual maturity takes place between the ages of 6 and 8. Coupled with human interference, the number of wild animals is very rare at present.