At the Primate Rescue Center, visitors can see four species of nearly extinct langurs
(also called leaf-eating monkeys), gibbons and lorises, many of which were rescued from wildlife traffickers.
As the news about presence of langurs
spread, a large number of people gathered in these villages to see them.
The study was based upon the hypothesis that different inbreeding populations of the gray langur
distributed in Pakistan and Azad Jammu and Kashmir are isolated to different degrees from one another.
Furthermore, PCR amplification showed an unexpected 838 bp amplicon in langur
genomic DNA (Figure 5(b)).
After getting the confirmation of langur
being tied in resort, activist approached police, wildlife crime control bureau and chief wildlife warden of Delhi to rescue the abused langur
On presentation, female Capped langur
aged approximately 4 years weighing 4.5 kg, was dull and depressed.
The latest victim is 86-year-old Rukhmani Kanwar, who was bitten by a black-faced langur
Eco-ethology of the common langur
Semnopithecus entellus (Dufresne) in Bangladesh.
Though I would not have fancied meeting a tiger or a tusker along the path, it was bit of a let down to only see a giant Malabar squirrel, a langur
and an elephant (which at that distance might as well have been a giant squirrel.)
Chloroform extract of Carica papaya seeds induces long-term reversible azoospermia in langur
This forest was once a haven for black-capped langur
, rhesus macaques, palm civets, porcupines, hares, barking deer, tree frogs, dusky eagles, tawny fish owls and more; now almost all of them have disappeared.'
By Marianne Brown Only decades ago the Cat Ba langur
was a common sight in the lush vegetation and limestone cliffs of the island off northern Vietnam that gave this golden-headed animal its name.