Release of the white-breeded langur at Ngoc mountain, Trang An

Langurs have existed in Trang An Scenic Landscape Complex near Tam Coc Ninh Binh since the 90s of the twentieth century, but then they were wiped out by hunting and trapping. Three white Mong langurs were released at Ngoc mountain, in Trang An Eco-tourism area on August 27, 2020. Up to the present time, three white-breasted langurs have guaranteed physical and mental conditions and are integrated with the environment they used to live in.

The re-release of the white-breeded langur species to Trang An Scenic Landscape Complex near Tam Coc Ninh Binh not only contributes to the gradual restoration and conservation of this species in the wild, but also helps the Trang An population become an attractive highlight, attracting tourists to the place. here, thereby contributing to raising the awareness of nature conservation for local people and tourists. Currently, the langurs are being cared for and monitored directly by the staff of Trang An Eco-tourism Area, who have been studied and trained by experts in Cuc Phuong National Forest. about the care of these animals.

You come to visit Trang An near Tam Coc Ninh Binh, go sightseeing by traditional boat route No. 1 and 3, or use the Kayak service (journey through Ngoc Mountain) will be able to see the langurs “wearing white shorts”. are living here. Trachypithecus delacouri (Osgood, 1932) is a primate endemic to Vietnam, classified as critically endangered by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). Currently, there is only one population eligible for survival in the wild in Van Long Wetland Nature Reserve, Gia Vien District, Ninh Binh Province.

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