A Javan langur (trachypithecus auratus) carries her baby up a tree near the village of Alue Papeun in Tanah Jambo Aye district, Aceh, on Sunday (31/1). The monkeys, which are endemic to Indonesia, have seen their numbers dwindling in recent years. They are often killed by farmers because they interfere with crops and plantations. (Antara Photo/Syifa Yulinnas)

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FEBRUARY 01, 2016

A Javan langur (trachypithecus auratus) carries her baby up a tree near the village of Alue Papeun in Tanah Jambo Aye district, Aceh, on Sunday (31/1). The monkeys, which are endemic to Indonesia, have seen their numbers dwindling in recent years. They are often killed by farmers because they interfere with crops and plantations. (Antara Photo/Syifa Yulinnas)

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