Vietnam langur notes

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Conservation biologist Eleanor Sterling is running a blog of field notes from a survey for langurs in Vietnam, in the NY Times “Scientist at Work” blog zone.

Vietnam harbors a diversity of primates almost a quarter of all the primate species found in Asia ranging from the woolly, diminutive loris species that only come out at night to the long-armed and graceful gibbons famous for their elaborate duets; to the gregarious, stout-bodied macaques; and, of course, leaf-eating monkeys that are the focus of our study!