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Vietnam Endangered Species: Delacour’s Langur

Animal

Delacour’s Langur is a monkey that lives only in Vietnam. Named after the French-American ornithologist Jean Theodor de la Coeur. It is an endangered animal due to its small population. The current population is said to be about 200, and it is an animal that requires urgent measures. Delacour’s Langur inhabits Ninh Binh, Hanam, Hoa Binh, Thanh Hoa and more. It is an animal that requires conservation activities.

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Habitat

Delacour’s Langur lives only in Vietnam.

Characteristic

Delacour’s Langur is 50-60 cm long and weighs 7-10 kg. Delacour’s langur’s fur is predominantly black, with white spots on the face and white on the outside of the buttocks and thighs. Delacour’s Langur is diurnal and spends the day in a limestone cave, but in the absence of a cave it sleeps on a rocky surface. Delacour’s langur is known to form a herd of up to about 30 and is a highly social animal. Delacour’s Langur is mostly terrestrial and rarely enters the forest.

Ecology

Delacour’s Langur eats fruits, seeds and flowers. Delacour’s langur has a gestation period of around 200 days and can give birth to one at a time. Children’s hair is orange and begins to turn black about 4 months after birth. Females reach sexual maturity in about 4 years and males in about 5 years. Delacour’s Langur has a lifespan of about 20 years.

Endangered species

Delacour’s langur originally inhabits only Vietnam, so the number is not very large. In some areas, Delacour’s Langur has become completely extinct. The greatest threat to Delacour’s Langur is human hunting. Furthermore, due to the land development of habitats, fragmentation of habitats has begun to occur. Delacour’s Langur is currently designated as an endangered species. As a result, Delacour’s Langur is beginning to be bred under human protection. It is bred in the Van Long Wetland Nature Reserve in Vietnam.

Breeding

Delacour’s Langur is difficult for the average person to breed due to its very small population. Therefore, please go to Vietnam.

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