Home range size and sleeping site use by the Critically Endangered Cat Ba langurs (Trachypithecus poliocephalus)
Home range size and habitat utilisation are affected by access to key resources including food, water and sleeping sites, all of which change seasonally. Limestone langurs (a group within the Trachypithecus genus) live on limestone karst hills with shrubby, stunted, and discontinuous vegetation. This study assesses home range size and sleeping site use in two groups of Critically Endangered Cat Ba langurs (Trachypithecus poliocephalus). Over 180 days of observations, we found that the larger...[Show more]
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