Cat Ba langur, the scientific name is Trachypithecus poliocephalus, currently ranked 2nd in the list of animals which being in the most dangerous situation in Asia and the. There are 56 individuals in Cat Ba national park (as statistic number until April 2017) . However, this rare primate is threatened by the risk of narrowing its habitat.
Cat Ba National Park is home for a wide range of natural habitats such as coral reefs, seagrass beds, mangrove forests and limestone forest. The rugged limestone terrain retains a typical evergreen tropical rainforest carpet, the refuge of the rare Cat Ba Langur.
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