Francois's langurs seen in SW China's Guizhou

Source:Xinhua Published: 2018/5/18 10:55:39

A francois's langur, an endangered monkey species, stays with its baby at the Mayang River national nature reserve in Yanhe Tujia Autonomous County, southwest China's Guizhou Province, May 17, 2018. Over 500 francois's langurs live in the nature reserve and six baby langurs were born recently. (Xinhua/Yang Wenbin)


 

Francois's langurs, an endangered monkey species, stays with babies at the Mayang River national nature reserve in Yanhe Tujia Autonomous County, southwest China's Guizhou Province, May 17, 2018. Over 500 francois's langurs live in the nature reserve and six baby langurs were born recently. (Xinhua/Yang Wenbin)


 

Francois's langurs, an endangered monkey species, are seen at the Mayang River national nature reserve in Yanhe Tujia Autonomous County, southwest China's Guizhou Province, May 17, 2018. Over 500 francois's langurs live in the nature reserve and six baby langurs were born recently. (Xinhua/Yang Wenbin)


 

Francois's langurs, an endangered monkey species, are seen at the Mayang River national nature reserve in Yanhe Tujia Autonomous County, southwest China's Guizhou Province, May 17, 2018. Over 500 francois's langurs live in the nature reserve and six baby langurs were born recently. (Xinhua/Yang Wenbin)


 

A francois's langur, an endangered monkey species, stays with its baby at the Mayang River national nature reserve in Yanhe Tujia Autonomous County, southwest China's Guizhou Province, May 17, 2018. Over 500 francois's langurs live in the nature reserve and six baby langurs were born recently. (Xinhua/Yang Wenbin)


 

Francois's langurs, an endangered monkey species, are seen at the Mayang River national nature reserve in Yanhe Tujia Autonomous County, southwest China's Guizhou Province, May 17, 2018. Over 500 francois's langurs live in the nature reserve and six baby langurs were born recently. (Xinhua/Yang Wenbin)


 

Francois's langurs, an endangered monkey species, are seen at the Mayang River national nature reserve in Yanhe Tujia Autonomous County, southwest China's Guizhou Province, May 17, 2018. Over 500 francois's langurs live in the nature reserve and six baby langurs were born recently. (Xinhua/Yang Wenbin)


 

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