Three white-headed langurs born in south China reservation

Three white-headed langurs were born recently at a national nature reserve in Chongzuo City in China's southern Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. They were spotted on a hillside inside the reserve by a conservator. The fur of these white-headed langur babies turns black gradually after one year. Classified globally as critically endangered, the species is found only in Guangxi's Chongzuo City and the Karst mountains there.