Colobus


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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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I don't know whether to slit my wrists or don my colobus monkey head dress, attach cow bells to my ankles and break out in song and dance.
It was only about 15 years ago that they began hunting for colobus again, a common food source for chimpanzees.
Ranging behaviour and its relation to diet selection in Tana River red colobus (Colobus badius rufomitratus).
An agent-based model of red colobus resources and disease dynamics implicates key resource sites as hot spots of disease transmission.
The World Bank's monkey business and the anger it has raised has to do with two primates: the Tana Red Colobus and Tana Crested Mangabey found in the Tana River Primate National Reserve (TRPNR) some 279km north of Mombasa.
For a day out head to Bijilo Forest Park, three miles south of the resort, home to vervet and red colobus monkeys, and abundant colourful bird life.
Jozani forest, which lies between the mangrove-filled bays of Chwaka and Uzi on Unguja Island, is a large mature woodlands that is home to an array of endangered species, including the colourful Red colobus monkey.
Sykes and colobus monkeys, bush babies and over 150 species of birds draw a catalogue of silhouettes against the light that penetrates the canopy.
Male chimps at Gombe and other forest sites can spend hours scaling and swinging through trees when hunting speedy colobus monkeys.
Do you want to stop for some Buna," asked Addisu Beyene Tifferi, a coffee grower who Tea & Coffee Trade Journal accompanied to the forests where coffee still grows in nature so wild that white-tailed Colobus monkeys, baboons, buffalos and leopards roam farms on a daily basis.
Meanwhile, business advisory group Colobus warned of difficulties ahead for dairies - especially if they have more debt and borrowings - as the "downward pressure" on prices increases this year.
At the lodge, hotel rooms are usually separated only by thick glass walls, allowing guests to look straight into animal's enclosures, including Bengal tigers, European brown bears, Malayan sun bears, lions, cheetahs, giraffes, colobus monkeys, lemurs, hyenas, and snow leapords.