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hoolock

(ˈhuːlək)
n
(Animals) a type of gibbon (genus Hoolock) of Northeastern India and parts of Myanmar and Bangladesh, the males of which have black fur and white brows
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The park is home to wild water buffalos, swampdeers, tigers, elephants, hog badgers, capped langurs, hoolock gibbons, wild boars, jackals, wild buffalos, pythons, and monitor lizards.
Like the rest of the species in the Hylobatidae family, hoolock gibbons spend a majority of their time in the trees and are mostly found in China, India, Bangladesh and Myanmar.
Tenders are invited for Providing Fountain In The Pond Near Beat No 15 Hoolock Monkey At National Zoological Park Mathura Road New Delhi
The 480- square- kilometre grassland park is home to the world's largest population of rare, one- horned rhinos as well as other endangered species including swamp deer and the Hoolock gibbon.
Freida meets a man who has dedicated his life to the Hoolock gibbon, India's only ape, which starts the morning by singing.
But even the most rugged nature lover with a passion for sighting Hoolock Gibbons, will find it difficult not to surrender to the luxury of this colonial house with it's vintage fireplaces and four poster beds.
Other primates in the Park include the capped langur, Assamese macaque, the slow loris and the hoolock gibbon.
The Western Hoolock Gibbon is one of the most threatened primate species in the world and is only found in North-east India and Bangladesh, where their populations are declining and fragmented by loss of the natural forest.
Other mammals like hoolock, macaques and langurs are also disturbed along with smaller ones, such as flying squirrel, giant squirrel and pallas squirrel.
It has pledged to help protect endangered Indian elephants and Western Hoolock Gibbon by constructing the Bio-Bridge with every transaction during a three months long campaign commencing September 2017.