Top Wildlife Parks to Watch Langur at India
Langurs are big species of old world monkeys also called the leaf monkey, located in the woods and metropolitan regions Indian subcontinent. They spend the majority of their time in trees, chiefly eat fruits and leaves. There are 5 chief species of langur located in India.
- Golden Langur (Trachypithecus geei)
Gee’s Golden Langur is really the most gorgeous species of langur, located only in the small area of Assam around Brahmaputra river and Manas river. Golden langur is presently listed as endangered, Chakrashila Wildlife Sanctuary is ideal location to see golden langur at India.
- Capped Langur (Trachypithecus pileatus)
Capped Langur is listed as vulnerable and located only in the woods of Northeast India.
- Nilgiri Langur (Trachypithecus johnii)
Nilgiri Langur is a black colour lutung, located at the Nilgiri Hills of South India. This primate just found in Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve and scenic regions in Kerala and Tamil Nadu.
- Phayre’s Langur (Trachypithecus phayrei)
Phayre’s Langur or Phayre’s leaf monkey is a lung, located only from the forst of Tripura and nearby states. Gumti Wildlife Sanctuary at Tripura is the best spot to watch spectacled Phayre’s Langur at India.
- Gray Langur (Semnopithecus)
Gray Langur also called as Hanuman Langur is the most frequent species of langur located in urban regions of India. Hanuman langurs are big in grey colour with a dark face and contains nine species. Gray langurs are diurnal and societal creature, live in trees but may adapt to many different habitats. Kashmir grey langur only happens from the Chamba Valley and recorded as endangered.