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Monkey

In the United Kingdom, a slang term for 500 pounds.
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But despite the blandishments in that government-issued invitation to the park we'd received, there are no more Delacour's langurs in these forests, nor any other kind.
The langurs, according to locals, seen in Khara and Vadana villages, have migrated from Indian side, where these are also called Hanuman langurs, and considered sacred.
Kashmir gray langur or Himalayan gray langur (Semnopithecus ajax) is an endangered species of old-world monkey fragmentally distributed in different areas of northern Pakistan (Khyber Pukhtunkhwa (KP) and Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK)) (Roberts, 1997; Minhas et al., 2012).
Meanwhile, leaf-eating langurs are also among the most endangered primate species in the world and are only found in the northern part of Vietnam.
More species of langurs have also been identified by research and re-evaluation.
We identified a 508 bp amplicon containing MER53 and AluSx from the TSEN54 gene in all primate genomic DNA tested, including hominoid (human, chimpanzee, and gorilla), old world monkey (rhesus, cynomolgus monkey, colobus, and langur), new world monkey (marmoset, squirrel, and night monkey), and Strepsirrhini (ring-tailed lemur) (Figure 5(b) and Figure S3).
After doing a recee of three days, we found that Tivoli hotels and resorts at Chattarpur had captured a langur to keep away common monkeys from their premises.
A capped langur (Trachypithecus pileatus durga) was presented with traumatic wound and shock condition.
My organisation has rescued and exported from their cages, two brown bears, three leopards, a langur monkey, several primates and many raccoons.
The gentle rhesus monkeys are invaded by their enemies, the langur, in a territorial land grab.
Also occurring is a rare monkey, the Capped Langur.
Every month, there are over 400 cases of monkey and langur bites in Shimla town alone, Panwar told IANS.