Silvery Gibbons, also called Java gibbons, are arboreal primates that are only found in the rainforest on the small Indonesian island of Java. There are fewer than 4000 individuals remaining in the wild and there is a 50% chance of the Silvery Gibbon becoming extinct within the next decade. The destruction of the forest for logging, human habitation, and the capture of young animals for the pet trade has led to the Silvery Gibbons critically endangered status. The Silvery Gibbon Project has partnered with the Javan Gibbon Foundation to create and support the Javan Gibbon Centre. This center works to rehabilitate the gibbons, returning them to full physical, psychological, and reproductive health with a view to releasing suitable pairs and family groups into protected habitat. To learn more about this exciting project visit www.silvery.org.au.