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Wednesday, July 06, 2011

Hanuman Langaur from Nagarhole National Park

Nagarhole National Park (a.k.a Rajiv Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary) is one of India’s richest sanctuaries. Tourists throng to this place to see the elusive leopard. But, the tiger and the elephant are also fiercely popular here.

Hanuman Langaur at Nagarhole National Park - 1 
But, if you are a true wildlife lover, then you will definitely see much more than the rare cats and the mighty pachyderms. In this case, I saw this Hanuman Langaur one early morning during a jeep safari into the forest.

Hanuman Langaur at Nagarhole National Park - 2 
This langur seemed to be unaware of our presence and was busy staring at something interesting. This Hanuman Langaur is known for its mighty leaps and for its supremely long tail.



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