Welcome to Day 13 of the A-Z Blogging Challenge. My theme is:
There are over a dozen species of monkey in the Indian sub-continent. Out of the few I’ve seen, the common, or Hanuman, langur is the prettiest.
Because this monkey is regarded as sacred in Hinduism, it is free to roam at will and is tolerated in villages, temples, farms and even storage facilities.
These langurs live in troops, sometimes with just one dominant male or sometimes in troops with ranked adult males. As with many other animals which live in groups like this, the dominant male spends a great deal of his time watching his back and defending his right against other males to – well – dominate.
See you tomorrow – I’m heading north west. Can you guess where and what the next animal will be?
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