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Colobus

a leaf-eating monkey, 1.5 to 2.5 ft long, 15 to 18 lb, striking black and white coat color, white at birth.
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Social correlates of fecal testosterone in male ursine colobus monkeys (Colobus vellerosus): the effect of male reproductive competition in aseasonal breeders.
The idea of being nothing, then something, then nothing is probably--no almost certainly--beyond the colobus monkeys.
For 11 months, Wasserman and his team followed a group of red colobus monkeys in Uganda's Kibale National Park and recorded what the primates ate.
She has to move her troupe of colobus monkeys, but discovers that one of them has given birth to a stillborn.
She faces the challenge of moving her troupe of colobus monkeys, but discovers that one of them has unexpectedly given birth to a stillborn baby.
She's tasked with moving her troupe of colobus monkeys but discovers that one of them has unexpectedly given birth to a stillborn baby.
KWS also indicated that elephants, wild dogs, leopards, cheetahs, hyenas, Sitatunga (an antelope), Tana crested mangabey, and Tana red colobus monkeys are endangered wildlife species in Kenya.
Found in the forests of central Africa, adult Kikuyu colobus monkeys have black bodies trimmed with long white mantles.
After weeks of wooing, two male Colobus monkeys hope to celebrate the most romantic day in the calendar year with their new found love interests on a double date with a difference.
The colobus monkeys simply do not have enough room.
Climbers could see a range of different wildlife, including elephants, buffalo, eland, black and white colobus monkeys, augur buzzards, mountain hawk eagles and white-naped ravens.