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langur

large, slim monkey without prehensile tail. Member of the genus Presbytis in the family Circopithecidae, the Old World monkeys.
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Locomotor disorder in old Hanuman langurs were observed in and around Jodhpur due to the old age (Fig.
The civic body in the past has tried several methods to check the monkey menace, from hiring langur handlers and using air guns and rubber bullets to arranging for proper food for them at particular feeding areas.
The NDMC had earlier deployed langurs to scare the monkeys; but it was later banned by the High Court.
It is also a natural habitat for leopards and antelopes like the sambar, spotted deer, blue bull, black buck, and wild boar, jackal, hyena, langurs, porcupine, bear and crocodiles and over 250 species of birds.
The deforestation means the only hope of survival for magnificent creatures such as spectacled langurs and clouded leopards, above, which spend their lives in tiny cages, is the Sepahijala Wildlife Reserve, another modern-day ark.
These are just a few perks in addition to spotting Sambar Deers, lion tailed macaques, Nilgiri langurs and wild elephants.
Surrounded by a wealth of deodar and walnut trees, the latter attracting more than their fair share of langurs for their ripening fruit, it is just the place to soak in some scenic beauty.
The rapid urbanisation of hilly areas has led to encroachments of natural habitats of many animals, including langurs.
But if you're Indigo Airlines chairman Rahul Bhatia and have one of Delhi/NCR's most successful restaurants, China Club, on your hospitality portfolio, you can even have two langurs as mascots of your new venture.
Besides one-horned Rhinos, the other major wild attractions include a significant presence of Indian elephants, tigers, Indian bison, swamp deer, leopard cats, capped langurs, wild boars and buffalos, pythons and a wide variety of other wild animals and birds.
The forests are dry, mixed deciduous with sparse vegetation where four- horned antelopes, sloth bears, leopards, jackals, peacocks and common langurs were abundant until a few years ago when mining activities were strictly restricted to government- leased areas.
THREE tigers, including a cub, three elephant calves, three leopards, more than 12 striped hyenas, three sloth bears as well as several deer, langurs and snakes.