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leaf monkey

n.
See langur.

leaf monkey

n
(Animals) another name for langur
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nemestrina conventionally have brown-colored feces, in contrast to leaf monkeys which have greenish-colored feces as a result of their frugivorous omnivore and folivorous herbivore diets, respectively (Figure 1) (Md-Zain and Ch'ng, 2011).
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.
Orkin hikes into isolated mountaintop forests accompanied by a four-legged assistant who avidly sniffs out scat left by black-crested gibbons and Phayre's leaf monkeys.
We also learn how communication is essential for success in primate society through the example of Phayre's leaf monkeys, which bear bright orange babies.
The report said rapidly increasingly human populations were fragmenting habitats for orang-utans, gibbons and leaf monkeys.
As I turned the pages, the amazing photos brought a smile of recognition to my face: the proboscis and silvered leaf monkeys, and so much more that my husband and I were lucky enough to see in Bako National Park.
nemestrina, and leaf monkeys, Presbytis melalophos (2,10).
The South East Asian Silver Leaf Monkeys were caught cuddling for warmth on a cold morning at a wildlife park in Holland by Christian Hutter.
Old world monkeys are a diverse and widespread group, which include African and Asian macaques, baboons, mangabeys, leaf monkeys and langurs.
In southeast Asia, human populations were higher than in Africa and habitats for orang-utans, gibbons or leaf monkeys were getting ever more fragmented.
Above left: a Bornean pygmy elephant takes a drink; Above right: young silvered leaf monkeys are a startling orange in comparison to their steely grey parents; Below: its bright colouring and pointed head make the grey-tailed racer one of the island's most easily recognisable snake species