The Red-shanked Douc Langur – Another Beauty at Khao Kheow Open Zoo

Red-shanked Douc Langur

There is something indefinable about the newborns and regardless of anything charm of admiring the newborn is tempting it and they are really tender. The director of Khao Kheow Open Zoo Khun Su-ri-ya Saeng-pong proudly announced about the new born member of the zoo – The Red-shanked Douc Langur family. It was born on 9th October 2012 from the brave mother Chom-poo and father Ma-Kham.

The wildlife industry is flourishing immensely, all thanks to the lush green zoos and museums of Thailand, and undoubtedly the significant contributions of one Thailand’s best zoo – Khao Kheow Open Zoo is simply unforgettable. With the likes of educative conservation programs such as Journey to the jungle that encourage several wildlife enthusiasts to take part in the zoo related activities.

The relentless encouragement delivered by the Khao Kheow Open Zoo enables visitors to understand that if we just let go of the affected wildlife issues and other global warming concerns then we may lose the treasure of Mother Earth. Thailand’s zoo enhances knowledge of visitors and provides them great experience of the jungle.

There are ample of great places in Thailand to visit and the best of all are those, where visitors are made feel comfortably happy. Khao Kheow Zoo does exactly that with its thrilling shows, adventurous shows and lip-smacking food facilities of the Green Hill Restaurant. The kind Zoo keepers of Khao Kheow Open Zoo feeds the newborn red-shanked Doucs during the shows that begins from 9:30 A.M, 11:30 A.M, 2 P.M, and 4 P.M. respectively, every day.

It is observed by wildlife experts that the Douc langurs are found in Southeast Asian regions, quite precisely in Cambodia, Vietnam and Laos. The Red-shanked Douc Langurs are attractive and full of colours. As far as population of Red-shanked Douc is concerned, they are declared as one of the endangered species in the Red List of IUCN(International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources).

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