This scarf is inspired by the Hanuman or Grey Langur that lives in Ranthambore National Park in India.
Langurs are an old world monkey that many consider sacred in India. They are highly active during the day and spend their nights hidden away in trees to stay safe from predators. Their tails are longer than their bodies, which helps them keep their
balance and lets them hang from the trees.
27 in x 76 in
100% Responsibly Sourced Merino Wool
Handloom Woven in India / Dyes are low impact, fiber reactive, and AZO free
Hand wash with gentle wool detergent at low temperature and line dry.
A portion of proceeds will be donated to Tiger Watch, an organization that works to protect and conserve the wildlife of Ranthambore.
Learn more about Grey Langurs at National Geographic's PHOTO ARK.
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