The Javan Langur, also called the Javan Lutung, as its name indicates, is native to the Indonesian island of Java, living in forests but threatened by increasing loss of habitat.
Babies are born with ginger fur and pink faces; adults can have either ginger or black fur and pink, black or mixed faces.
Like most monkey species, grooming is an important bonding and social activity. Groups are usually related females with young and one or two adult males.
"Langur" comes from the Hindu for long tail, which all langurs have to help them in the tree-tops.
The heart-shaped face and lionesque appearance.