Baby Raffles’ Banded Langur Keychain

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Baby Raffles’ banded langurs are born white in colour, and after 10 months to a year, their fur turns to the distinctive black colour with white markings.

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Discovered by Sir Stamford Raffles, the Raffles’ banded langur (also known as banded leaf monkey) was once commonly found throughout Singapore.

Today, it is critically endangered. In Singapore, there’s only approximately 60 individuals left. Baby Raffles’ banded langurs are born white in colour, and after 10 months to a year, their fur turns to the distinctive black colour with white markings.

This keychain was designed by The Soft Touch, lovingly handcrafted by the Girl Guides of Changkat Changi Secondary School to support the Jane Goodall Institute ( Singapore ). Each keychain is unique and is named after a unique individual Raffles’ banded langur documented in Singapore.

Through your support of purchasing the keychain, you will be supporting Jane Goodall Institute (Singapore’)s mission to inspire, educate and activate individuals to make a better world for animals, people and the environment.

Specification: Baby Raffles’ Banded Langur Keychain

Weight0.008 kg
Dimensions13.5 × 3.5 cm

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