April 2019

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Gray langurs are terrestrial, inhabiting forests, open, lightly wooded habitats, and urban areas on the Indian subcontinent.    Currently, eight subspecies are recognized.  They live in bands of 20 – 30, although some as large as 100 have been reported.  

Regarded as sacred in Hinduism, it spends much time on the ground and roams at will in villages and temples in India and Nepal.