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Monkey

In the United Kingdom, a slang term for 500 pounds.
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When the Cat Ba Langur Project was created in 2000 by the Zoological Society for the Conservation of Species and Populations and Muenster Zoo in Germany, there were only 53 animals left.
We have been forced to stay as the Langurs don't let us fall asleep", locals said.
We need more scientists in the field working on understudied species such as Miller's grizzled langur, clouded leopards, and sun bears.
Finding Miller's grizzled langur in a forest outside of its known geographic range highlights how much we don't know about even the basic ecology of this monkey," stated Loken.
The next step will be returning to the 90,000 acre (38,000 hectare) forest to try to find out how many grizzly langurs there are, according to the team of local and international scientists, who published their findings in the American Journal of Primatology on Friday.
The black faced giant langurs terrify the smaller primates - so no problem there then
Summary: The slender long tailed monkeys of Asia, known as langurs, are being used at the Commonwealth Games to keep away other animals.
As expected, little diversity was seen among the virus isolates irrespective of the host, which included humans, black-faced langurs, red-faced bonnet monkeys, various tick species (H.
Some of these names may be unfamiliar: SIRENIAN (a member of the mammalian order Sirenia--sea cows); SPRINGER (a flying fish); WANDEROO (a langur monkey); STAGGARD (a stag in its 4th year); COMMENSAL (an animal which lives attached to another and shares its food); WARRIGAL (Australian wild dog); KOLINSKI (a mink); HARTEBEEST(an antelope); DIDELPHIS (an opossum); BUSH BABY (an African lemur); FILANDER (an intestinal worm; also a Kangaroo); MASTODON (an extinct elephant-like mammal); POPINJAY (a parrot); PETREL (a small sea bird); CURASSOW (a turkey-like bird); STANYEL (a kestrel).
Chloroform extract of Carica papaya seeds induces long-term reversible azoospermia in langur monkey.
Their most effective method: Using a large monkey called a langur to scare away the smaller ones.
Langur monkeys, like many other species of wildlife, are being threatened by the spread and rapid growth of the human population, and some people are beginning to exchange their ancient beliefs for modern economic practices.