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Langurs relax during lockdown

Apr 10. 2020
Photo by Thanakorn Srichanchom
Photo by Thanakorn Srichanchom
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By The Nation

National Parks of Thailand has proof that Thai wildlife is revelling in the peace and quiet now that humans have been locked away during the virus pandemic.

The Parks’ official Facebook page has posted photos of a family of dusky langur monkeys (aka spectacled langurs) on Mu Koh Angthong National Marine Park enjoying their life undisturbed by visitors.

The accompanying caption says the photos were posted in the hope of boosting public morale in these difficult times.

Featuring two gold-coloured baby monkeys relaxing in a field, they were taken by Thanakorn Srichanchom.

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