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There are more than 400 individuals of red-shanked douc langur living in Son Tra Peninsula, central Da Nang city.

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They go out to feed at two times during the day, early in the morning and late in the afternoon.

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The red shanked douc langur, first known in 1771, is on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species.

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Vibrant colors of a red-shanked douc langur.

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Covering over 4,400ha of land, the Son Tra forest habours hundreds of animal species, including the red shanked douc langur which is indigenous to Indochina.

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Members of the ‘Son Tra Langur Photo Association’ take candid shots of the magnificent primate.

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If there are any threats to the langurs, they will immediately report to the authorities.

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The habitat of the langur is usually under the trees.

 
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The forest provides the most abundant food supply for the red shanked douc langur between April and June, when trees change their leaves.

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The langurs live in groups and always follow the "discipline" of the leader.

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The langurs live in groups and always follow the 'discipline' of the leader.

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The langurs are the endless inspiration of photographers.

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International trade on the species is prohibited by the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora - CITES.