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Woolly monkeys are found throughout the northern countries of South America ( Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, ...

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Woolly monkey is an unusual species of South American monkey. There are 4 ... This animal is threatened by habitat loss and hunting. People kill woolly ...

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Jan 9, 2017 ... Due to their relatively large size, woolly monkeys have few natural predators within their jungle environment. Large birds of prey such as eagles ...

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Lowland primary forest is the preferred habitat of the common woolly monkey; however, it may also be found in cloud forest, up to elevations of 3,000 metres, ...

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Woolly monkeys are large muscular monkeys with prehensile tails and arms about as long as their legs (Ankel-Simons 2007; Napier & Napier 1967). The tail  ...

www.arkive.org/geoffroys-woolly-monkey/lagothrix-cana

Learn more about the Geoffroy's woolly monkey - with amazing Geoffroy's woolly monkey ... View information on this species at the UNEP World Conservation ...

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The other woolly monkeys are becoming rarer as their habitat is destroyed. Both genera belong to the family Atelidae of the New World monkeys.

www.bbc.co.uk/nature/life/Brown_Woolly_Monkey

Common woolly monkeys have a sturdy prehensile tail, which they use to hang from branches and occasionally to pick things up.

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There are 4 species of woolly monkey found in South America. You would ... Their habitat is also slowly being reduced as deforestation continues. The woolly  ...