Gray Langur on Termite Castle
Gray Langur on Termite Castle. A gray langur resting on the top of a termite ‘castle’. Kanha National Park, Madhya Pradesh, India. These old world monkeys are named after the Hindu monkey god, Lord Hanuman, and are regarded as sacred in India.
Gray Langur on Termite Castle : About the Hanuman langur:
The Gray langur (Semnopithecus) is an old world monkey native to the Indian subcontinent. Langurs are highly adaptable in their habitat range, inhabiting deciduous, coniferous and tropical forests, deserts, mountains and urban areas. Their amazing adaptability as a species makes them highly successful and in some areas they are so numerous they are considered a major pest. One such example is in Jodhpur where they live right in the centre of the city alongside over a million people. Hanuman Langurs are primarily herbivores but do occasionally eat insects.
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