Why Are Spider Monkeys Endangered?

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There are several reasons why spider monkeys are endangered. One of the reasons is because they are losing their habitat to farming done by humans. Another reason is due to the fact that they are being hunted by some animals as source of food.
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Spider monkeys are endangered because humans are cutting down trees from the rainforests at a rate of a football field every day, and the monkeys are having trouble finding suitable
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The spider monkey uses its tail to help get around. Hybrid spider monkeys, also known as Ateles belzebuth hybridus, are one of the six species of spider monkeys. They have long hair
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Status: Critically Endangered. Their lifespan in the wild is about 27 years. Average 20 years in the wild, 33 years in captivity. The spider monkey is critically endangered, which
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They are endangered due to hunting and destruction of their habitat.
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There are very few spider monkeys left in the wild. Several factors have played a role in their declining population. Spider monkeys have been hunted extensively by humans wishing to eat them. You can find more information here: http://www.zooschool.ecsd.net/spider%20monkey.htm
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