Hatinh langur
Trachypithecus hatinhensis


Drapeau anglais : Langur de Hà Tinh Drapeau allemand: Hatinh Langur
Drapeau espagnol : Langur de Hatinh


Males and females have the same black coloration with brown tinge. A narrow tract of white hairs runs from mouth to ears broadending behind ears down to nape. Compared with Francois's langurs, they do not have prolonged hairs on corners of mouth.

This primate lives in dense forest cover growing on limestone cliffs. The distribution area is restricted to Quang Binh region in Vietnam and to east Laos.

As other species, this langur is mostly folivorous and eat more than 126 differents leaves species. They also eat fruits and flowers.

Reproduction happened throughout the year even a birth peak can be observered between january and march.

Those primates are diurnal and crepuscular. They seems to be more arboreal than other langurs.

In captivity, this species is very rare and only know in one center in Viet Nam.




En danger



Body lengh
54 à 61 cm
Tail lengh
78 à 95 cm
Weight
6 à 9 kg
Gestation
180 à 190 jours
Sexual maturity
5 ans
Longevity
20 ans




Langur du Ha Tinh
Hatinh langur - Endangered Primates Rescue Centre - march 2018
Langur du Ha Tinh
Hatinh langur - Endangered Primates Rescue Centre - march 2018


Langur du Laos
Hatinh langur - Endangered Primates Rescue Centre - march 2018





Langur du Ha Tinh
Hatinh langur - Endangered Primates Rescue Centre - march 2018


Langur du Ha Tinh
Hatinh langur - Endangered Primates Rescue Centre - march 2018
Langur du Ha Tinh
Hatinh langur - Endangered Primates Rescue Centre - march 2018


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