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Cebidae : capuchin monkeys, howlers, woolly monkeys, squirrel monkeys, night monkeys, titis, uakaris,
Animal Diversity Web Cebidae cebids, including capuchin monkeys, howlers, woolly monkeys, squirrel monkeys, night monkeys, titis, uakaris, and others The family ... this feature is believed to be a derived condition (synapomorphy). These monkeys are mostly diurnal, but members of one genus, Aotus, are active ...
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Peru
Recent evidence indicates that the majority of captive woolly monkeys (Lagothrix lagothricha) possess this disease but its incidence in wild populations has never ... work may be the difference between a successful operation and a complete ecological disaster. Woolly monkey, Lagothrix lagothricha Nesting frigate birds, Fregata minor. Image courtesy R.Everett The ...
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Curitiba Zoo
The zoo's groups of brown capuchins, woolly monkeys and black spider monkeys live on islands which, though they provide some bushes and ropes for the animals ...
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Monkey Maddness - CAPUCHINS (SUBFAMILY CEBINAE)
Grzimek's Encyclopedia, Vol. 3 The true capuchin monkeys, the sixth subfamily (Cebinae) of the capuchin-like New World monkeys, have a curling tail, but its use ... of squirrel monkeys, howler monkeys, spider monkeys, and woolly monkeys. Social contacts between the various species are observed regularly. Sometimes, however, individuals of different species will quarrel. Like the squirrell monkeys, ...
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Terrestrial Ecoregions -- Southwest Amazon moist forests (NT0166)
Overhead in a palm tree, some woolly monkeys watch a small spotted cat, the ocelot, settle on a fallen tree trunk to take ... moves in on the Amazon Basin. Cause for Concern The black caiman, giant otter, and woolly monkey are just a few of the threatened species in this ecoregion. Human activities pose ...
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San Diego Zoo's Animal Bytes: Monkey
New World monkeys are found in Mexico, Central America, and South America. Some examples are woolly monkeys Lagothrix sp., spider monkeys Ateles sp., howler monkeys Alouatta sp., capuchin monkeys Cebus sp., and squirrel monkeys ... World monkeys do not. Tails— Some New World monkeys, such as spider monkeys, have prehensile tails, but Old World monkeys do not. Baby life Groups of monkeys, ...
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Yasuni Rainforest Campaign - Leading Scientists Letter
Park's rare species. Scientists fear that woolly monkeys are being wiped out of the region due to the unprecedented hunting access provided by ...
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Biodiversity-Woolly Monkey
WOOLLY MONKEY Common (Humboldt’s) Woolly Monkey (Lagothrix lagotricha) Classification: Class: Mammalia, Order: Primates, Family: Cebidae, Genus: Lagothrix Species: lagotricha IUCN Status: Vulnerable in Ecuador, Near Threatened Globally In Ecuador, Woolly Monkeys ... from their tales while resting). Woolly Monkeys weigh an average of 17 pounds. Woolly Monkeys are found throughout the northern ...
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The Monkey House
Woolly Monkey from Zoology 101, a little White Handed Gibbon Magnet Mate from Ganz and at far right is Bonsai the brown monkey Beanie Baby. Some of the monkeys ... There are both New World and Old World monkeys. The Old World monkeys include 74 species. They belong to the ... are Asian. These include forest monkeys, mangabeys, a macaque, baboons, leaf-eating monkeys and colobus monkeys. They walk on all ...
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Gift Shop: Monkeys
Gift Shop: Monkeys The Ty Beanie Baby & Buddy Monkeys are on Page 2. Woolly Monkey Zoology 101 1 in stock / 9 inches sitting $29.99 Gibbon Zoology 101 1 ...
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