I just came across the photo below taken by @Maguari in the zoochat gallery and looked up the species and checked on Zootierliste to see what zoos hold them. The species was apparently formerly kept by six German zoos (Berlin Tierpark, Berlin, Dresden, Duisburg, Erfurt and Hannover), however, unfortunately no zoos currently hold Semnopithecus johnii. This would strongly suggest that the individual shown in the photograph above from 2015 and taken at Thüringer Zoo Park Erfurt was one of the last individuals left. I have a few questions that I'd like to ask zoochatters who perhaps know more about the recent history of this species in German zoos : What happened to this species and why is it no longer held by any zoos ? Can anyone tell me more about the individual in the photograph and it's life history? Did something similar transpire to what occurred with the purple faced langur (i.e. phased out due to lack of interest by zoo management / curators , difficulty in breeding / maintaining / suitability for ex-situ and thoughts that it is better conserved in-situ etc) ?