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NEPAL-ANIMALS/
RTS2V3ZJ
December 16, 2019
A baby gray langur, or Semnopithecus schistaceus, sits on the lap of its mother at the Central Zoo in...
LALITPUR, Nepal
A baby gray langur, or Semnopithecus schistaceus, sits on the lap of its mother at the Central Zoo in...
A baby gray langur, or Semnopithecus schistaceus, sits on the lap of its mother at the Central Zoo in Lalitpur, Nepal December 16, 2019. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
NEPAL-ANIMALS/
RTS2V3ZE
December 16, 2019
A baby gray langur, or Semnopithecus schistaceus, sits on the lap of its mother at the Central Zoo in...
LALITPUR, Nepal
A baby gray langur, or Semnopithecus schistaceus, sits on the lap of its mother at the Central Zoo in...
A baby gray langur, or Semnopithecus schistaceus, sits on the lap of its mother at the Central Zoo in Lalitpur, Nepal December 16, 2019. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
INDIA-LANGURS/
RTS25LXA
November 12, 2018
Swapnil Soni, a jeweller, feeds chapati (Indian bread) to langurs in a park on the outskirts of Ahmedabad,...
Ahmedabad, India
Swapnil Soni, a jeweller, feeds chapati (Indian bread) to langurs in a park on the outskirts of Ahmedabad...
Swapnil Soni, a jeweller, feeds chapati (Indian bread) to langurs in a park on the outskirts of Ahmedabad, India, November 12, 2018. Soni claims he feeds around 1700 chapatis every week to over 500 langurs whom he calls his family, for the last nine years. REUTERS/Amit Dave
INDIA-LANGURS/
RTS25LX9
November 12, 2018
Swapnil Soni, a jeweller, feeds chapati (Indian bread) to langurs in a park on the outskirts of Ahmedabad,...
Ahmedabad, India
Swapnil Soni, a jeweller, feeds chapati (Indian bread) to langurs in a park on the outskirts of Ahmedabad...
Swapnil Soni, a jeweller, feeds chapati (Indian bread) to langurs in a park on the outskirts of Ahmedabad, India, November 12, 2018. Soni claims he feeds around 1700 chapatis every week to over 500 langurs whom he calls his family, for the last nine years. REUTERS/Amit Dave
INDIA-LANGURS/
RTS25LX8
November 12, 2018
Swapnil Soni, a jeweller, feeds chapati (Indian bread) to langurs in a park on the outskirts of Ahmedabad,...
Ahmedabad, India
Swapnil Soni, a jeweller, feeds chapati (Indian bread) to langurs in a park on the outskirts of Ahmedabad...
Swapnil Soni, a jeweller, feeds chapati (Indian bread) to langurs in a park on the outskirts of Ahmedabad, India, November 12, 2018. Soni claims he feeds around 1700 chapatis every week to over 500 langurs whom he calls his family, for the last nine years. REUTERS/Amit Dave
INDIA-DAILYLIFE/
RTX2HQ6H
June 23, 2016
Langur monkeys play next to the idols of Hindu deities at a lake in Pushkar, in the desert state of Rajasthan,...
Pushkar, India
Langur monkeys play next to the idols of Hindu deities at a lake in Pushkar
Langur monkeys play next to the idols of Hindu deities at a lake in Pushkar, in the desert state of Rajasthan, India June 23, 2016. REUTERS/Himanshu Sharma
INDIA/
RTR388LT
September 21, 2012
Langur monkeys follow their handler at the forecourt of India's presidential palace Rashtrapati Bhavan...
New Delhi, India
Langur monkeys follow their handler at the forecourt of India's presidential palace in New Delhi
Langur monkeys follow their handler at the forecourt of India's presidential palace Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi September 21, 2012. Langur monkeys are used in parts of New Delhi to scare away other monkeys which create a menace around government buildings. REUTERS/B Mathur (INDIA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY)
INDIA/
RTR2UEBC
November 24, 2011
A Langur monkey runs across a road in the northern Indian hill town of Shimla November 13, 2011. The...
Shimla, India
A Langur monkey runs across a road in Shimla
A Langur monkey runs across a road in the northern Indian hill town of Shimla November 13, 2011. The Himachal Pradesh state government is offering a reward of 500 Indian Rupees ($9.50) for every monkey caught by a member of the public in an effort to control their numbers. Monkeys are increasingly seen as a nuisance in places like the capital Shimla, where they harass people and other animals on the roads and rifle through garbage bins looking for food. Monkeys caught are taken to one of four sterilization centres, where they are neutered before being released back into the same area they were trapped in. There were at least 317,000 monkeys in Himachal Pradesh according to the most recent survey of the primates, which was conducted in 2004-05. Picture taken November 13, 2011. REUTERS/Mukesh Gupta (INDIA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY HEALTH TRANSPORT)
INDIA/
RTR2PGTZ
July 30, 2011
Babulal, a 70 year-old guard, uses his sling shot to chase away langurs outside a village in Kota, located...
Mumbai, India
Babulal, a 70 year-old guard, uses his sling shot to chase away langurs outside a village in Kota
Babulal, a 70 year-old guard, uses his sling shot to chase away langurs outside a village in Kota, located in the north western state of Rajasthan, July 30, 2011. Field guards like Babulal are hired by villagers to protect soybean harvest from langurs and are paid 1000 Indian rupees ($22) per month. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY AGRICULTURE ANIMALS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
Commonwealth Games
Commonwealth Games
Monkey Militia - 29 Sep 2010
11 PICTURES
GAMES-SECURITY/MONKEY
RTXST3O
September 29, 2010
A Langur monkey rests on a road fence outside Talkatora stadium, one of the venues for the Commonwealth...
New Delhi, India
A Langur monkey rests on a road fence outside Talkatora stadium in New Delhi
A Langur monkey rests on a road fence outside Talkatora stadium, one of the venues for the Commonwealth Games, in New Delhi September 29, 2010. While 100,000 security guards have been deployed to counter potential threats from militants, authorities here have turned to rented langurs to thwart any monkey threat to the Commonwealth Games starting on Sunday. REUTERS/Amit Dave (INDIA - Tags: SPORT ANIMALS SOCIETY)
GAMES-SECURITY/MONKEY
RTXST3M
September 29, 2010
A Langur monkey sits on the motorbike of his handler as they leave the Talkatora stadium, one of the...
New Delhi, India
A Langur monkey sits on the motorbike of his handler as they leave the Talkatora stadium in New Delhi...
A Langur monkey sits on the motorbike of his handler as they leave the Talkatora stadium, one of the venues for the Commonwealth Games, in New Delhi September 29, 2010. While 100,000 security guards have been deployed to counter potential threats from militants, authorities here have turned to rented langurs to thwart any monkey threat to the Commonwealth Games starting on Sunday. REUTERS/Amit Dave (INDIA - Tags: SPORT ANIMALS SOCIETY)
GAMES-SECURITY/MONKEY
RTXST3G
September 29, 2010
A Langur monkey sits outside Talkatora stadium, one of the venues for the Commonwealth Games, in New...
New Delhi, India
A Langur monkey sits outside Talkatora stadium, one of the venues for the Commonwealth Games, in New...
A Langur monkey sits outside Talkatora stadium, one of the venues for the Commonwealth Games, in New Delhi September 29, 2010. While 100,000 security guards have been deployed to counter potential threats from militants, authorities here have turned to rented langurs to thwart any monkey threat to the Commonwealth Games starting on Sunday. REUTERS/Amit Dave (INDIA - Tags: SPORT ANIMALS SOCIETY)
GAMES-SECURITY/MONKEY
RTXST3C
September 29, 2010
A Langur monkey drinks water while sitting on a road fence outside Talkatora stadium, one of the venues...
New Delhi, India
A Langur monkey drinks water while sitting on a road fence outside Talkatora stadium in New Delhi
A Langur monkey drinks water while sitting on a road fence outside Talkatora stadium, one of the venues for the Commonwealth Games, in New Delhi September 29, 2010. While 100,000 security guards have been deployed to counter potential threats from militants, authorities here have turned to rented langurs to thwart any monkey threat to the Commonwealth Games starting on Sunday. REUTERS/Amit Dave (INDIA - Tags: SPORT ANIMALS SOCIETY)
GAMES-SECURITY/MONKEY
RTXST2V
September 29, 2010
Langur monkeys rest on road fence outside Talkatora stadium, one of the venues for the Commonwealth Games,...
New Delhi, India
Langur monkeys rest on road fence outside Talkatora stadium in New Delhi
Langur monkeys rest on road fence outside Talkatora stadium, one of the venues for the Commonwealth Games, in New Delhi September 29, 2010. While 100,000 security guards have been deployed to counter potential threats from militants, authorities here have turned to rented langurs to thwart any monkey threat to the Commonwealth Games starting on Sunday. REUTERS/Amit Dave (INDIA - Tags: SPORT ANIMALS SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
GAMES-SECURITY/MONKEY
RTXST2U
September 29, 2010
Langur monkeys sit on a barrier outside Talkatora stadium, one of the venues for the Commonwealth Games,...
New Delhi, India
Langur monkeys sit on a barrier outside Talkatora stadium in New Delhi
Langur monkeys sit on a barrier outside Talkatora stadium, one of the venues for the Commonwealth Games, in New Delhi September 29, 2010. While 100,000 security guards have been deployed to counter potential threats from militants, authorities here have turned to rented langurs to thwart any monkey threat to the Commonwealth Games starting on Sunday. REUTERS/Amit Dave (INDIA - Tags: SPORT ANIMALS SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
GAMES/
RTXSREN
September 28, 2010
Langur monkeys sit on a pavement near Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium, one of the venues for the Commonwealth...
New Delhi, India
Langur monkeys sit on a pavement near Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium, one of the venues for the Commonwealth...
Langur monkeys sit on a pavement near Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium, one of the venues for the Commonwealth Games, in New Delhi September 28, 2010. Langur monkeys are used in parts of New Delhi to scare away other monkeys who create a menace around the Commonwealth Games venues, a New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) official said on Monday. REUTERS/Parivartan Sharma (INDIA - Tags: SPORT ANIMALS SOCIETY ODDLY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
GAMES/
RTXSQ0R
September 27, 2010
Langur monkeys sit on the bicycles of their handlers in front of the Commonwealth Games headquarters...
New Delhi, India
Langur monkeys sit on the bicycles of their handlers in front of the Commonwealth Games headquarters...
Langur monkeys sit on the bicycles of their handlers in front of the Commonwealth Games headquarters in New Delhi September 27, 2010. Langur monkeys are used in parts of New Delhi to scare away other monkeys who create a menace around the Commonwealth Games venues, a New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) official said on Monday. REUTERS/Parivartan Sharma (INDIA - Tags: ANIMALS SPORT SOCIETY ODDLY)
GAMES/
RTXSQ0D
September 27, 2010
A Langur monkey is being pulled by its handler in front of the Commonwealth Games headquarters in New...
New Delhi, India
A Langur monkey is being pulled by its handler in front of the Commonwealth Games headquarters in New...
A Langur monkey is being pulled by its handler in front of the Commonwealth Games headquarters in New Delhi September 27, 2010. Langur monkeys are used in parts of New Delhi to scare away other monkeys who create a menace around the Commonwealth Games venues, a New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) official said on Monday. REUTERS/Parivartan Sharma (INDIA - Tags: ANIMALS SPORT SOCIETY ODDLY)
GAMES/
RTXSQ03
September 27, 2010
A Langur monkey sits in front of the Commonwealth Games headquarters in New Delhi September 27, 2010....
New Delhi, India
A Langur monkey sits in front of the Commonwealth Games headquarters in New Delhi
A Langur monkey sits in front of the Commonwealth Games headquarters in New Delhi September 27, 2010. Langur monkeys are used in parts of New Delhi to scare away other monkeys who create a menace around the Commonwealth Games venues, a New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) official said on Monday. REUTERS/Parivartan Sharma (INDIA - Tags: ANIMALS SPORT SOCIETY ODDLY)
GAMES/
RTXSPZZ
September 27, 2010
Langur monkeys sit on the bicycles of their handlers in front of the Commonwealth Games headquarters...
New Delhi, India
Langur monkeys sit on the bicycles of their handlers in front of the Commonwealth Games headquarters...
Langur monkeys sit on the bicycles of their handlers in front of the Commonwealth Games headquarters in New Delhi September 27, 2010. Langur monkeys are used in parts of New Delhi to scare away other monkeys who create a menace around the Commonwealth Games venues, a New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) official said on Monday. REUTERS/Parivartan Sharma (INDIA - Tags: ANIMALS SPORT SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
KASHMIR
RTXQMVV
November 12, 2009
A Himalayan langur rests on a tree inside Dachigam national park on the outskirts of Srinagar November...
Dachigam, India
Himalayan langur rests on a tree in Dachigam
A Himalayan langur rests on a tree inside Dachigam national park on the outskirts of Srinagar November 12, 2009. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR ENVIRONMENT)
KASHMIR
RTXQMV5
November 12, 2009
Himalayan langurs rest on a tree inside Dachigam national park on the outskirts of Srinagar November...
Dachigam, India
Himalayan langurs rest on a tree in Dachigam
Himalayan langurs rest on a tree inside Dachigam national park on the outskirts of Srinagar November 12, 2009. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR ENVIRONMENT)
AUSTRALIA/
RTXD6VG
March 25, 2009
Elke, a five-day-old Francois Langur, makes her media debut at Taronga Zoo's Wildlife Hospital in Sydney...
Sydney, Australia
Elke, a five-day-old Francois Langur, makes her media debut at Taronga Zoo's Wildlife Hospital in Sydney...
Elke, a five-day-old Francois Langur, makes her media debut at Taronga Zoo's Wildlife Hospital in Sydney March 24, 2009. Taronga's keepers have decided to hand-raise the monkey after she was rejected by her mother. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
AUSTRALIA/
RTXD4O5
March 24, 2009
Elke, a five-day-old Francois Langur, makes her media debut at Taronga Zoo's Wildlife Hospital in Sydney...
Sydney, Australia
Elke, a five-day-old Francois Langur, makes her media debut at Taronga Zoo's Wildlife Hospital in Sydney...
Elke, a five-day-old Francois Langur, makes her media debut at Taronga Zoo's Wildlife Hospital in Sydney March 24, 2009. Taronga's keepers have decided to hand-raise the monkey after she was rejected by her mother. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
AUSTRALIA/
RTXD4NI
March 24, 2009
Elke, a five-day-old Francois Langur, makes her media debut at Taronga Zoo's Wildlife Hospital in Sydney...
Sydney, Australia
Elke, a five-day-old Francois Langur, makes her media debut at Taronga Zoo's Wildlife Hospital in Sydney...
Elke, a five-day-old Francois Langur, makes her media debut at Taronga Zoo's Wildlife Hospital in Sydney March 24, 2009. Taronga's keepers have decided to hand-raise the monkey after she was rejected by her mother. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
AUSTRALIA/
RTXD4NC
March 24, 2009
Elke, a five-day-old Francois Langur, makes her media debut at Taronga Zoo's Wildlife Hospital in Sydney...
Sydney, Australia
Elke, a five-day-old Francois Langur, makes her media debut at Taronga Zoo's Wildlife Hospital in Sydney...
Elke, a five-day-old Francois Langur, makes her media debut at Taronga Zoo's Wildlife Hospital in Sydney March 24, 2009. Taronga's keepers have decided to hand-raise the monkey after she was rejected by her mother. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT IMAGE OF THE DAY TOP PICTURE)
INDIA/
RTR23FL7
January 15, 2009
Langurs are seen at the Chittaurgarh Fort in Chittaurgarh in the desert Indian state of Rajasthan January...
CHITTAURGARH, India
Langurs are seen at the Chittaurgarh Fort in Chittaurgarh
Langurs are seen at the Chittaurgarh Fort in Chittaurgarh in the desert Indian state of Rajasthan January 15, 2009. The fort was initially built between the 5th and 8th century and there are several temples, reservoirs, and palaces inside the complex of the fort. REUTERS/Vijay Mathur (INDIA)
INDIA/
RTR23FL5
January 15, 2009
A Langur is seen at the Chittaurgarh Fort in Chittaurgarh in the desert Indian state of Rajasthan January...
CHITTAURGARH, India
A Langur is seen at the Chittaurgarh Fort in Chittaurgarh
A Langur is seen at the Chittaurgarh Fort in Chittaurgarh in the desert Indian state of Rajasthan January 15, 2009. REUTERS/Vijay Mathur (INDIA)
INDIA/
RTR1ZERN
April 12, 2008
A man dressed as a 'Langur' monkey performs at a roadside to earn money in the northern Indian city of...
Chandigarh, India
A man dressed as a Langur monkey performs at a roadside in Chandigarh
A man dressed as a 'Langur' monkey performs at a roadside to earn money in the northern Indian city of Chandigarh April 12, 2008. REUTERS/Ajay Verma (INDIA)
KASHMIR
RTX57I5
January 04, 2008
A Langur rests on a tree during a cold day in Dachigam wildlife sanctuary, on the outskirts of Srinagar,...
Dachigam, India
A Langur rests on a tree during a cold day in Dachigam wildlife sanctuary
A Langur rests on a tree during a cold day in Dachigam wildlife sanctuary, on the outskirts of Srinagar, January 4, 2008. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
KASHMIR
RTX57I1
January 04, 2008
A Langur rests on a tree during a cold day in Dachigam wildlife sanctuary, on the outskirts of Srinagar,...
Dachigam, India
A Langur rests on a tree during a cold day in Dachigam wildlife sanctuary
A Langur rests on a tree during a cold day in Dachigam wildlife sanctuary, on the outskirts of Srinagar, January 4, 2008. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
KASHMIR
RTX57HQ
January 04, 2008
A Langur eats leaves while resting on a tree during a cold day in Dachigam wildlife sanctuary, on the...
Dachigam, India
A Langur eats leaves while resting on a tree during a cold day in Dachigam wildlife sanctuary
A Langur eats leaves while resting on a tree during a cold day in Dachigam wildlife sanctuary, on the outskirts of Srinagar, January 4, 2008. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
INDIA
RTR1SCZ3
July 29, 2007
A langur monkey sits on a bicycle in front of a billboard in the northern Indian city of Chandigarh July...
Chandigarh, India
A langur monkey sits on a bicycle in front of a billboard in the northern Indian city of Chandigarh
A langur monkey sits on a bicycle in front of a billboard in the northern Indian city of Chandigarh July 29, 2007. Langur monkeys are used to chase away the smaller Rhesus monkeys, which are a menace in several north Indian cities including Chandigarh and New Delhi. REUTERS/Ajay Verma (INDIA)
ISRAEL
RTR1RRG8
July 12, 2007
A langur monkey sits with its newborn at the Monkey Park in Ben Shemen near Tel Aviv July 12, 2007. A...
BEN SHEMEN, Israel
Langur monkey sits with its newborn in Ben Shemen
A langur monkey sits with its newborn at the Monkey Park in Ben Shemen near Tel Aviv July 12, 2007. A newborn spectacled langur is usually born with golden-yellow fur to draw the female's attention. The newborn, still unnamed, will eventually turn grey like its parents. REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen (ISRAEL)
ISRAEL/
RTR1RREW
July 12, 2007
A newborn langur monkey sits in a tree at the Monkey Park in Ben Shemen near Tel Aviv July 12, 2007....
BEN SHEMEN, Israel
Newborn langur monkey sits in a tree in Ben Shemen
A newborn langur monkey sits in a tree at the Monkey Park in Ben Shemen near Tel Aviv July 12, 2007. A newborn spectacled langur is usually born with golden-yellow fur to draw the female's attention. The newborn, still unnamed, will eventually turn grey like its parents. REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen (ISRAEL)
ISRAEL
RTR1RRES
July 12, 2007
A langur monkey holds its newborn at the Monkey Park in Ben Shemen near Tel Aviv July 12, 2007. A newborn...
BEN SHEMEN, Israel
Langur monkey holds its newborn in Ben Shemen
A langur monkey holds its newborn at the Monkey Park in Ben Shemen near Tel Aviv July 12, 2007. A newborn spectacled langur is usually born with golden-yellow fur to draw the female's attention. The newborn, still unnamed, will eventually turn grey like its parents. REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen (ISRAEL)
ISRAEL/
RTR1RREO
July 12, 2007
A langur monkey carries its newborn at the Monkey Park in Ben Shemen near Tel Aviv July 12, 2007. A newborn...
BEN SHEMEN, Israel
Langur monkey carries its newborn in Ben Shemen
A langur monkey carries its newborn at the Monkey Park in Ben Shemen near Tel Aviv July 12, 2007. A newborn spectacled langur is usually born with golden-yellow fur to draw the female's attention. The newborn, still unnamed, will eventually turn grey like its parents. REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen (ISRAEL)
INDIA
RTR1JFAC
November 17, 2006
Golden Langur Sameli eats with her child Joon inside their enclosure at a zoo cum botanical garden in...
Guwahati, India
Golden Langur Sameli eats with her child Joon in Guwahati
Golden Langur Sameli eats with her child Joon inside their enclosure at a zoo cum botanical garden in Guwahati, the major city of India's northeastern state of Assam, November 17, 2006. REUTERS/Utpal Baruah (INDIA)
INDIA
RTR1JFA5
November 17, 2006
Eleven-day-old Golden Langur Joon clings to his mother Sameli inside their enclosure at a zoo cum botanical...
Guwahati, India
Eleven-day-old Golden Langur Joon clings to his mother Sameli in Guwahati
Eleven-day-old Golden Langur Joon clings to his mother Sameli inside their enclosure at a zoo cum botanical garden in Guwahati, the major city of India's northeastern state of Assam, November 17, 2006. REUTERS/Utpal Baruah (INDIA)
INDIA
RTR1JF9Z
November 17, 2006
Eleven-day-old Golden Langur Joon clings to his mother Sameli inside their enclosure at a zoo cum botanical...
Guwahati, India
Eleven-day-old Golden Langur Joon clings to his mother Sameli in Guwahati
Eleven-day-old Golden Langur Joon clings to his mother Sameli inside their enclosure at a zoo cum botanical garden in Guwahati, the major city of India's northeastern state of Assam, November 17, 2006. REUTERS/Utpal Baruah (INDIA)
SINGAPORE
RTR1GZCM
September 04, 2006
Nhon, a Douc langur, eats as her new-born baby hangs on her during an afternoon token feeding session...
Singapore, Singapore
Nhon, a Douc langur, and her baby at the Singapore Zoo
Nhon, a Douc langur, eats as her new-born baby hangs on her during an afternoon token feeding session at the Singapore Zoo September 4, 2006. The baby was born on August 18 and the sex of this latest addition has yet to be determined, said zoo officials. REUTERS/Tim Chong (SINGAPORE)
SINGAPORE
RTR1GZCA
September 04, 2006
Nhon, a Douc langur, closes her eyes as her new-born baby hangs on her during an afternoon token feeding...
Singapore, Singapore
Nhon, a Douc langur, and her baby at the Singapore Zoo
Nhon, a Douc langur, closes her eyes as her new-born baby hangs on her during an afternoon token feeding session at the Singapore Zoo September 4, 2006. The baby was born on August 18 and the sex of this latest addition has yet to be determined, said zoo officials. REUTERS/Tim Chong (SINGAPORE)
INDONESIA
RTRF0IR
March 12, 2004
A one-month-old baby Silver Langur (presbytis cristata) is carried by his mother at the Taman Safari...
Bogor, Indonesia - Republic of
ONE MONTH OLD BABY OF SILVER LANGUR IS CARRIED BY HIS MOTHER AT TAMAN SAFARI PARK IN BOGOR.
A one-month-old baby Silver Langur (presbytis cristata) is carried by his mother at the Taman Safari park in Bogor, West Java on March 12, 2004. In Indonesia, the rare Silver Langur, which is found on the Sumatra, Java and Kalimantan islands, is one of the protected animals under a Forestry Ministry decree. REUTERS/Supri SUPRI/TS/TW
DOUC LANGUR
RTXM8OL
October 01, 2003
A baby douc langur clinging to its mother is one of two born - to different females - at the Singapore...
Singapore, Singapore
A baby douc langur clinging to its mother is one of two born - to different females - at the Singapo.....
A baby douc langur clinging to its mother is one of two born - to different females - at the Singapore Zoological Gardens October 1, 2003, making the zoo the first in the world to breed the endangered species successfully. [The animal is native to countries such as Vietnam, Laos and China. The public is invited to name the 1 1/2-month-old babies, who join three female and two male adults at the zoo.]
DOUC LANGUR
RTXM82N
October 01, 2003
A baby douc langur clinging to its mother is one of two born - to different females - at the Singapore...
Singapore, Singapore
A baby douc langur clinging to its mother is one of two born - to different females - at the Singapo.....
A baby douc langur clinging to its mother is one of two born - to different females - at the Singapore Zoological Gardens October 1, 2003, making the zoo the first in the world to breed the endangered species successfully. [The animal is native to countries such as Vietnam, Laos and China. The public is invited to name the 1 1/2-month-old babies, who join three female and two male adults at the zoo.]
DOUC LANGUR
RTXM82M
October 01, 2003
A baby douc langur, one of two born - to different females - plays near to its mother at the Singapore...
Singapore, Singapore
A baby douc langur, one of two born - to different females - plays near to its mother at the Singapo.....
A baby douc langur, one of two born - to different females - plays near to its mother at the Singapore Zoological Gardens October 1, 2003, making the zoo the first in the world to breed the endangered species successfully. [The animal is native to countries such as Vietnam, Laos and China. The public is invited to name the 1 1/2-month-old babies, who join three female and two male adults at the zoo.]
SINGAPORE
RTR40L9
October 01, 2003
A baby douc langur clinging to its mother is one of two born - to
different females - at the Singapore...
Singapore, Singapore - Republic of
A BABY DOUC LANGUR CLINGING TO ITS MOTHER AT THE SINGAPORE ZOO.
A baby douc langur clinging to its mother is one of two born - to
different females - at the Singapore Zoological Gardens October 1,
2003, making the zoo the first in the world to breed the endangered
species successfully. The animal is native to countries such as
Vietnam, Laos and China. The public is invited to name the 1
1/2-month-old babies, who join three female and two male adults at the
zoo. REUTERS/David Loh

DL
SINGAPORE
RTR407D
October 01, 2003
A baby douc langur clinging to its mother is one of two born - to
different females - at the Singapore...
Singapore, Singapore - Republic of
A BABY DOUC LANGUR CLINGING TO ITS MOTHER AT THE SINGAPORE ZOO.
A baby douc langur clinging to its mother is one of two born - to
different females - at the Singapore Zoological Gardens October 1,
2003, making the zoo the first in the world to breed the endangered
species successfully. The animal is native to countries such as
Vietnam, Laos and China. The public is invited to name the 1
1/2-month-old babies, who join three female and two male adults at the
zoo. REUTERS/David Loh

DL
LANGURS
RTXM58E
August 21, 2003
-PHOTO TAKEN 07AUG03- A baby langur peers down from a rooftop in Bangladesh's southwestern Keshabpur...
Keshabpur, Bangladesh
-PHOTO TAKEN 07AUG03- A baby langur peers down from a rooftop in Bangladesh's southwestern Keshabpur.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 07AUG03- A baby langur peers down from a rooftop in Bangladesh's southwestern Keshabpur village, where the endangered wildlife species survive on local charity. The number of langurs, once seen all over Bangladesh, has sharply declined with virtually no official effort to keep them safe and alive. But Keshabpur villagers, mostly Hindus, say they provide food and shelter to the langurs because they believe the langurs are disciples of Hindu Lord Rama and thus considered a sacred animal. Picture taken on August 7, 2003.
BANGLADESH MONKEY
RTR1WVG
August 07, 2003
A baby langur peers down from a rooftop in Bangladesh's southwestern
Keshabpur village, where the endangered...
Dhaka, Bangladesh - Peoples Republic of
BABY LANGUR PEERS DOWN FROM ROOFTOP IN KESHABPUR.
A baby langur peers down from a rooftop in Bangladesh's southwestern
Keshabpur village, where the endangered wildlife species survive on
local charity. The number of langurs, once seen all over Bangladesh,
has sharply declined with virtually no official effort to keep them
safe and alive. But Keshabpur villagers, mostly Hindus, say they
provide food and shelter to the langurs because they believe the
langurs are disciples of Hindu Lord Rama and thus considered a sacred
animal. Picture taken on August 7, 2003.

AA/CP
BANGLADESH
RTR1WV4
August 07, 2003
Langurs (long tail monkeys) collect bananas offered by residents in
Bangladesh's southwestern Keshabpur...
Keshabpur, Bangladesh - Peoples Republic of
LANGURS TAKE BANANA FROM VILLAGERS IN KESHABPUR.
Langurs (long tail monkeys) collect bananas offered by residents in
Bangladesh's southwestern Keshabpur village, where the endangered
wildlife species survive on local charity. The number of langurs, once
seen all over Bangladesh, has sharply declined with virtually no
official effort to keep them safe and alive. But Keshabpur villagers,
mostly Hindus, say they provide food and shelter to the langurs because
they believe the langurs are disciples of Hindu Lord Rama and thus
considered a sacred animal. Picture taken on August 7, 2003.

AA/CP
BANGLADESH MONKEY
RTR1WUX
August 07, 2003
A woman feeds langurs, or long tail monkeys, near her home in
Bangladesh's southwestern Keshabpur village,...
Keshabpur, Bangladesh - Peoples Republic of
BANGLADESHI WOMAN FEEDS LANGURS IN KESHABPUR.
A woman feeds langurs, or long tail monkeys, near her home in
Bangladesh's southwestern Keshabpur village, where the endangered
wildlife species survive on local charity. The number of langurs, once
seen all over Bangladesh, has sharply declined with virtually no
official effort to keep them safe and alive. But Keshabpur villagers,
mostly Hindus, say they provide food and shelter to the langurs because
they believe the langurs are disciples of Hindu Lord Rama and thus
considered a sacred animal. Picture taken on August 7, 2003.
REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman

AA/CP
BANGLADESH
RTR1WUS
August 07, 2003
A langur looks up while waiting for food in Bangladesh's southwestern
Keshabpur village, where the endangered...
Keshabpur, Bangladesh - Peoples Republic of
A LANGUR WAITS FOR FOOD TO BE HANDED OUT IN KESHABPUR.
A langur looks up while waiting for food in Bangladesh's southwestern
Keshabpur village, where the endangered monkey species survive purely on
local charity August 7, 2003. The number of langurs, once seen all over
Bangladesh, has sharply declined with virtually no official effort to keep
them safe and alive. But Keshabpur villagers, mostly Hindus, say they
provide food and shelter to the langurs because they believe the langurs are
disciples of Hindu Lord Rama and thus considered a sacred animal. Picture
taken on August 7, 2003. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman

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INDIA
RTRJID3
March 07, 2003
A langur monkey and her baby sit on a tree in the outskirts of New Delhi,
March 7, 2003. The langur...
New Delhi, Republic of India
A LANGUR MONKEY AND HER BABY SIT ON A TREE IN NEW DELHI.
A langur monkey and her baby sit on a tree in the outskirts of New Delhi,
March 7, 2003. The langur monkey is common in most parts of India, where
they often pose a nuisance to residents, snatching food and entering their
homes. PP03040012 REUTERS/Kamal Kishore

KK/AMM
RTR1INP
January 29, 1997
A Francois Langur monkey mother holds her 13-day-old baby as she scratches her head at the Rotterdam...
Netherlands
A FRANCOIS LANGUR MONKEY MOTHER HOLDS HER BABY
A Francois Langur monkey mother holds her 13-day-old baby as she scratches her head at the Rotterdam Zoo, January 29. The rare Francois Lungur monkey's are part of the Tonkinlangur tribe and originated from a Chinese Zoo. It's the first time that a Francois Langur monkey has been born in captivity in a European Zoo.

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