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|Common Langur (Presbytis entellus)is the most wide soread monkey in India.There are several subspecies depending on the clour ans size.Scientists are yet to come to a conclusion whether all belong to one specoies with several sub-species.They are silver grey in colour with black face and long tails.|
They are territorial and move in groups(called also troops).Hindus do not harm these monkeys since they are also called Hanuman Monkey,a mythological God.
Some of the trouops are so adopted to human presence and is a normal sight in many cities in India inclusding New delhi.
Photo of this mother langur with twins was taken at Central India.
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amazingly human family, TFS Ori
This is an amazing picture. These animals might be common but I have not seen them before and the look on the mum and infant;s face are intriguing. Well done and thanks for sharing.
- [2008-04-16 4:51]
Hello Navnith, amazing shot and look at the expression in the eye. Simply amazing. Ganesh
- [2008-04-16 19:36]
Outstanding shot of this Langur mother with its two kids. Great euye contact and I like the way the kids rotates its head to pose for you. Very neat and sharp image with nice colours and perfect lighting. The natural surrounding makes the image even more effective. Excellent POV to portray this scene and very nicely composed. Kudos.
excellent shot of the family,wonderful emotions captured.