"Indian langurs are long-tailed monkeys, having bushy eyebrows and a chin tuft. They have black face and their body color ranges from gray to dark brown to golden. The small and lean body of an Indian langur has long hands. The term langur means 'having a long tail' and the name suits the animal perfectly. The natural habitat of the langur comprises of humid forests, mangrove swamps and wooded terrains of India. Golden Langur, or Gee's Golden Langur, is known by the scientific name of Trachypithecus geei.
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