The 22nd of February was an important day in our Park. After 180 days of gestation a female Javan Langur brought to life a cute baby. This birth is valuable since this is one of the rarest monkey species, and it is in danger of extinction because of hunting for its meat and destruction of its habitat. Without human intervention and protection, the species is expected, to disappear from the wild in the future.
Javan Langur lives in trees in tropical forests, in groups of about 7 individuals, including 1 or 2 adult males. The youngs are raised by their mother and the other females of the group.