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King Colobus

Colobus polykomos

There are 11 species of colobus monkey found in Africa. The king colobus can be recognized by its white tail and black body.

measurements

Measurements

Size: Head / Body Length 57 - 68cm
Weight: 6.7 - 10.1kg

habitat

Habitat

The king or western colobus is found in forests from Gambia to Côte d’Ivoire, West Africa.

diet

Diet

Colobus monkeys mainly eat leaves, but as leaves don’t contain many nutrients, they have a special multi-chambered stomach to extract as much nutrition as possible.

behaviour

Breeding

The female gives birth to one young after a 6 month pregnancy and will usually have young once every 2 years.

threat

Conservation

These monkeys are considered ‘vulnerable’ as their numbers are dropping in the wild due to habitat loss and hunting by humans for their meat and fur.

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