Primates forage in yellow flamboyant forest of Son Tra Peninsula – VnExpress International


Come April, the area on Son Tra Peninsula near Tien Sa Cape is covered by yellow blossoming flamboyant trees, fed on by brown-shanked douc langurs, dubbed ‘Queen primates.’
Son Tra, which covers more than 4,400 hectares (10,880 acres) and rises to 700 meters at its peak, acts as a natural shield for Da Nang. The peninsula is around 10 kilometers to the northeast of Da Nang’s center and bordered by the sea in three directions.
A group of photographers including Vo Rin, Ha Vu Linh and Nguyen Thuy Linh arrived at the forest in Son Tra on April 7. After several hours, a troop of nine langurs appeared, feeding on yellow flower buds and perusing a rope ladder.

e.VnExpress

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