One of the fun things I like to do is match up a critter to the environment my herb I’m writing about lives in. During the winter I tend to write about more ‘exotic’ herbs that grow in tropical environments and can commonly be found in our kitchen cabinets. This gives me an opportunity to share some cute critters that live in other parts of the world as well.
This month’s critter is a cute little monkey from Sri Lanka called a Grey Langur. These monkeys are a group of Old World monkeys and inhabit open woodlands. You can see a picture of the Grey Langur and read a bit about him here.
This cute little wooden replica would be a fun addition to anyone’s home as a great reminder of cooperation and team work (read about his relationship with the Chital deer at the same link).
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