Langur, Francois

Species: Trachypithecus francoisi

Geographic Range: Southeast Asia

Size: 20 to 35 inches tall, 13 pounds

Lifespan: up to 30 years

Conservation Status: Endangered

Como’s Langurs

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Fun Facts

  • Langurs spend 70% of their time digesting and relaxing.
  • Babies are born orange with a black tail. They remain orange until about one year old when they turn black like their parents.
  • Francois langurs tails are not prehensile, instead they use their long tails for balance as they move through the trees.
  • Francois langurs have multi-chambered stomachs.