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In Rajasthan, India, Hanuman langurs groom a feral dog. Primates use grooming to form social bonds, and langurs often extend the courtesy to other species. Though they're sacred in India, Hanumans (named after a Hindu god) are decreasing in number because of habitat loss. | Cyril Ruoso/JH Editorial/MINDEN PICTURES

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