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capuchin monkey

one of the New World monkeys used commonly as a laboratory primate. Gregarious, arboreal and diurnal, they are popular pets and weigh up to 10 lb. Called also Cebus spp., ringtail or organ-grinder monkey.
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We have similar evidence in the case of Father John Paul who died a Capuchin in good standing with his Order and yet left a will in which he bequeathed his personal property to Bishop Torreggiani or his successor, with the following exceptions: two-thirds of the rents of three houses to his sister Lucy and the remaining third to Dominic Pederzoli, the son of his nephew.
MONKEY MAGIC: The beautiful sanctuary at Rathdrum, County Wicklow, is home to, among other animals, an emu and a troupe of Capuchin monkeys; THIS ISLAND PARADISE: Willie out on patrol through the animal sanctuary
Taking a capuchin monkey from fellow members of its species and raising it by hand isn't appropriate in conservation.
After reflecting before a statue of Mary, he felt the urging to "go to Detroit" and heeded this advice, joining the Capuchin order in 1897.
Caption: A capuchin monkey in Brazil uses a stone to hammer an embedded rock.
A Protestant minister, Bernard Ruffin, was skeptical about all the extraordinary phenomena of the Capuchin priest.
We know that capuchin monkeys share a number of our own economic biases," says psychologist Laurie Santos, lead author of the study.
Following a four-week period of mourning, Daisy was introduced to her new capuchin Casanova, Peppy, and the pair hit it off straightaway.
The buffy-headed capuchin is critically endangered in the wild as listed by the International Union for the Conservations of Nature.
Capuchin monkeys are known for their intelligence and they're thought to be able to bond quickly with humans.
Jordan Jesse Rojas, 41, of Austin, Texas made his profession of temporary vows as a Capuchin Franciscan brother at St.
London, June 19 ( ANI ): Marina Chapman, a middle-aged grandmother from Bradford, claims that she was brought up by the reclusive breed of Capuchin monkeys after being left in the jungle by kidnappers at the age of 5.