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BANGLADESH
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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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