Image Title-"Indian Grey Langur"
Short Description-Indian Grey Langurs are largely gray (some more yellowish), with a black face and ears.Langurs mostly walk quadrupedally and spend half their time on the ground and the other half in the trees. They will also make bipedal hops, climbing and descending supports with the body upright, and leaps.Gray langurs are diurnal. They sleep during the night in trees but also on man-made structures like towers and electric poles when in human settlements.Gray langurs are primarily herbivores. However, unlike some other colobines they do not depend on leaves and leaf buds of herbs, but will also eat coniferous needles and cones, fruits and fruit buds.
Gray langurs exist in three types of groups:
- one-male groups, comprising one adult male, several females and offspring;
- multiple-male groups, comprising males and females of all ages;
- all-male groups.
- In one-male groups, the resident male is usually the sole breeder of the females and sires all the young. In multiple-male groups, the highest-ranking male fathers most of the offspring, followed by the next-ranking males and even outside males will father young.Higher-ranking females are more reproductively successful than lower-ranking ones
Source of Information-Wikipedia
Canon EOS 5D Mark ||| and Lens-Canon EF 24-105 f/4 IS USM
Exposure time-1/800 ISO 100 F /4
Location-Rishikesh Haridwar Uttarakhand
Photographer- Dr Mukesh Garg
Copyright- Bird and Wildlife Photography
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