Yap’s labour of love for langurs

PETALING JAYA: As a Penangnite, Yap Jo Leen wanted more people to see the dusky langurs found on the island’s treetops for what they are – adorable, charismatic and intelligent.

Yap, a passionate young primatologist, saw firsthand how these primates were being driven out of their natural habitats into urban areas due to deforestation caused by Penang’s rapid development.

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