leaf monkey


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leaf monkey

n.
See langur.

leaf monkey

n
(Animals) another name for langur
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In this study, we focused on four distinct species of Cercopithecidae, silvered leaf monkey (Trachypithecus cristatus), dusky leaf monkey (T.
Giant squirrels, dusky-striped jungle squirrel, purple-faced leaf monkey and the torque macaque can be frequently seen in the forest.
We spent four hours on the site, near Canterbury in Kent, and saw all kinds of creatures from a grizzled leaf monkey to Barbary lions.
Meijaard said the animal has long been considered a subspecies of the Hose's Leaf Monkey, which also occurs on the Malaysian side of Borneo, but it now looks like that may not be the case.
There aren't many animals to spot at Sepahijala but you can see the state animal, Phary's leaf monkey, or chasma bandor, as it's locally called, because of the rings it sports around the eyes (resembling a pair of spectacles).
JUST HANGING AROUND: Golden leaf monkey, by Bernard Castelein' WRIGGLE ROOM: A dice moth caterpillar, by Kyle Dickerson' LOGGED OFF: Black turtles on a lake in India, by Dr Manoj Sindagi' KING KONGLET: A baby mountain gorilla, by Cameron Myhrvold' WILD, WILD LIFE: An anaconda, below, by Michel Loup.
In Chapter Seven, the author's study of the geographical distribution of the endemic leaf monkey T.
VAL ANDREWS knows Cavan must get an Oak Leaf monkey off their backs when they face Derry for a place in the All-Ireland quarter-finals.
And the Francois' leaf monkey can be seen in only one other zoo in the country: San Diego's.
A SILVER leaf monkey cuddles her new-born baby at the Japan Monkey Center in Inuyama.
Old World monkeys are a diverse and widespread group, which includes African and Asian macaques, baboons, mangabeys, leaf monkeys and langurs.
The scientists suggested that the ancient tooth could provide clues as to when and how 'Old World' species, such as baboons and leaf monkeys, dispersed out of Africa and into Eurasia.