Gibbons is a town in central Alberta, Canada. It is located on Highway 28A, 37 km north-east of Edmonton. The town was named for William R. Gibbons who settled in the area and was created from the merger of two smaller communities: Astleyville and Battenburg. Gibbons is situated on the southern banks of the Sturgeon River which is a major tributary of the North Saskatchewan River.
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Animals who are very strictly flexible and hyper who only sleep for 3hours every 24hours and also means temory blood clots