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Synonyms for hanuman

langur of southern Asia

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For thousands upon thousands of years, Hanuman langurs have shared the Indian subcontinent with an ever-expanding human population by adapting to such diverse habitats as towns, cities, temples, ancient ruins, croplands, and many types of wet and dry forests.
In theory, Hanuman langurs are protected by the Hindu, Buddhist, and Jain religions.
Male hanuman langurs court females by killing cubs from former liaisons, which cause her to go into heat.