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The golden snub-nosed monkey is most famous and most widely distributed, with subspecies in Sichuan, Hubei and Shaanxi.The gray snub-nosed monkey is the most endangered, with about 700 individuals, found only in Guizhou.The capped and Shortridge's langurs live along the Yunnan-Myanmar border.The Nepal gray langur is larger than the lutungs and found in southern Tibet.The range of the white-headed langur is much smaller—only in southern Guangxi and Cát Bà Island in Vietnam.Phayre's leaf monkey is native to Yunnan and a larger swath of Indochina.The eastern black crested gibbon is nearly as rare with only 20 or so in the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region along with 30 in neighboring Vietnam.
A small population of Myanmar snub-nosed monkey was found in western Yunnan in 2011.
The pygmy slow loris and Bengal slow loris are both found in southern Yunnan and Guangxi and are Class I protected species.
China's big cat species include the tiger, leopard, snow leopard and clouded leopard.
Other Old World monkeys in China include the François' langur, white-headed langur, Phayre's leaf monkey, capped langur and Shortridge's langur, which are collectively categorized as lutungs and the Nepal gray langur, which is considered a true langur. Lutungs, also called leaf monkeys, have relatively short arms, longer legs and long tails along with a hood of hair above their eyes.
François' langur is found only in southwest China and northern Vietnam.