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A long-tailed arboreal Asian monkey with a characteristic loud call.
- ‘Rare hoolock gibbons and capped langurs can be seen in the forests, and birds include giant hornbills and Bengal floricans.’
- ‘Spotted deer, sambar, barking deer, chevrotian (mouse deer), wild pig, gaur, bonnet macaque and langur are the most preferred species.’
- ‘Instead, he went to Central America, where he could study the black howler - a leaf-eating monkey much like the langur.’
- ‘Vietnam is host to several principal kinds of primates: gibbons (lesser apes), langurs and macaques (which are both monkeys), and lorises (which are prosimians).’
- ‘These are home to several fauna like the endangered Nilgiri tahr, marten and primates like the langur.’
Early 19th century: via Hindi from Sanskrit lāṅgūla.
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