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The name "langur" comes from the word "lungoor", which means "long-tailed" in Hindi. Langurs prefer to live in dense forests. They can travel huge distances without falling to the ground, with the help of powerful jumps from branch to branch. To increase the length of the jump, they swing on the branch in their powerful and strong hands. When walking on the ground, they rest on four legs. In wildlife, langurs live in large flocks of up to 60 primates. Each pack has several males, females and their babies. For the first year and a half, babies eat breast milk. By the age of two years, they have puberty and already an adult monkey leaves the pack. The main food products of langurs include leaves, bark and fruits from trees. The life span of a langur is 25-30 years.