Star Wars Just Had A Species Of Ape Named After It

There are two things you should never underestimate: the power of Star Wars and the collective enthusiasm of fans all over the world. “Star Wars” fans will do anything, everything for this iconic film series, showing their love, they will make every effort to prove their passion. In fact, a group of scientists even decided to commemorate their love, George Lucas’s science fiction series named after the newly discovered apes species, Luke Skywalker.

A recent report from the BBC confirmed that a newly discovered ape was named the “Star Wars” series. Originally originated in southern China, the ape species are classified as “Skywalker hoolock gibbon.” The basic principle of this classification is that the English translation of the species’s Chinese name means “heavenly movement,” so Skywalker seems the same Also suitable. However, it also received the name, because the relevant scientists found “Star Wars” fans.

Facts have proved that this is far from the first time that a newly discovered species is named in one aspect of the “Star Wars” universe. Over the years we have seen fish named Greedo, ants named Jedi Knights, and even Spider Sarlacc named. I started to think that some people like Star Wars may be nerd. Who would have thought?

This new development reflects the long-standing custom of the “Star Wars” fans of the universe. We have mentioned many times over the past few years, but it is worth repeating at every opportunity: “Star Wars” fans myths will do anything that they can correctly honor galaxies, far away. Sometimes this involves making a player making a project, sometimes it means creating their own fiction in complete agreement with “Star Wars” legends, which in the scientific world sometimes means naming and finding franchises. “Star Wars” fans are the most fanatical and loyal fans in the whole world, and their enthusiasm for this series should never be questioned.

Make sure to stay tuned for more about anything and everything about the Star Wars series. Rogue: “Star Wars” story currently in cinemas, and Ryan Johnson’s eighth episode is now scheduled to be released later this year on December 15, 2017.