🐒 Happy #MonkeyMonday! Did you know that Northern Plains Gray Langurs, also known as Hanuman Langurs, use around 20 different vocalizations to communicate? These can include barks, grunts, alarm calls, and loud “whoops” made by adult males, which can be heard over one mile away.
Another interesting thing about Northern Plain Gray Langurs is that they start with brown hair, like this young one, and turn gray as they mature. Once mature, this little monkey will have silver-gray hair with a black face, fingers, toes, and ears, and a reddish gold belly. These langurs use their long, gray tails, about one and a half times their body length, for balance and locomotion.
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