Recent Examples of langur from the Web
Here’s to hoping the Iberian Lynx and purple-faced langur are able to overcome their existential threat and embrace a sustainable, bright future.
Video shows the boy at about a year old poking and prodding a group of gray langurs, a small species of old world monkey that has a large population in this region.
Fish for the penguins could be supplied from the zoo’s freezers, and leaves for the langurs (a genus of large Old World monkeys found throughout Southeast Asia) could be sourced locally.
Bats, bull sharks, lions and langurs are getting roped into the quest to create live television events.
Light gray langurs hovered on the roadsides, vanishing into the forest as soon as a human appeared.
As late as 2011, many researchers feared the langur was extinct.
Delhi officials even hired people to impersonate langurs to keep rogue macaques out of parliament.
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Origin and Etymology of langur
First Known Use: 1825See Words from the same year
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