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Thread: Golden Langur

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    Default Golden Langur

    From my recent study....
    It is an amazing experience to document their life history and their relation to the tropical semi-evergreen and moist deciduous forest of Assam. Here you can see two sub-adult, one of them is taking it's day time nap when another is working as a sentry....
    ISO 250, 1/160, f4
    Canon EOS 7D + Canon 500mm f4 + Monopod
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    Beautiful rare image . Love to know more about this exotic mammal. Nice behaviour captured . Thanks for sharing.

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    Rare photograph of the Golden Langur asleep, body perfectly balanced and another on guard. Superb documentation.
    The colour of these Langurs I saw in Bhutan side of Manas river in the morning sun of April 1979 was truly golden.
    Why this difference, Samrat Bhai ?
    Thanks for sharing. SaktiWild

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    Nice one. Was it far off? A bit more brightness would have been nice as that would have exposed the golden langurs better. The leaves on the left side touching the frame though would have got overexposed.

    Is this the same isolated group?

    Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi

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    Nice sighting. Good to see the way one is sleeping and the other is on guard. Liked the big leaves of the tree in the background. Thanks for sharing.

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    Sorry members and viewers for the late response.
    @ Shakti da, you are right. But it wears such orange colour coat from the month of September. this image was shot in late October. The temperature of this image little bit high and langurs are in shaded portion of forest hence they are looking such deep yellow/ orange.

    @Sabyasachi da, Thanks for for your amazing observation. Yes they are the same isolated group.

    @Mrudul ji, Thanks for your comments.

    Samrat

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