Spangled Ebony Langur

Spangled Ebony Langur


Lives in the tropical forests of Indonesia, on the islands of Java, Bali and Lombok.


They spending the most of their time in trees. They are active during the day. Spangled ebony langur live in groups with 1 to 2 males and females. The size of the group depends on the environmental conditions.


They eat mostly leaves and flowers also flower buds and insect larvae.


Females reach maturity at 4-5 years old, they give birth once a year, one offspring at a time. Infants are brightly colored, they develop quickly and are independent within their first year of life.

Females in social groups cooperate to care for all young in the group.


Populations are decreasing due to human activities, such as habitat loss resulting from agricultural expansion, hunting, and the illegal pet trade.

  • Latin name: Trachypithecus auratus
  • IUCN –Red List – VU – Vulnerable
  • CITES – Appendix II
  • EEP – European Endangered Species Programme

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