By late last year, researchers had thought the grizzled langur, a native of Borneo, extinct, due to rapidly diminishing forest areas. But a recently published journal article reveals that they've been found again, in a national forest preserve in the eastern part of the island. They're still exceedingly rare, but this is still great news. Read more at Wired.
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