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woolly monkey

a New World monkey with a gray woolly coat and a long prehensile tail in the genus Lagothrix.
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Application of assays for the diagnosis of Toxoplasmosis in a colony of woolly monkeys (Lagothrix lagotricha).
Seed dispersal by woolly monkeys (Lagothrix lagothricha) at Tinigua National Park, Colombia: dispersal distance, germination rates, and dispersal quantity.
Sadly due to deforestation and the illegal pet trade, woolly monkeys are an endangered species.
The former infects mammals and is represented by: HBV (Hepatitis B Virus), which infects humans; viruses similar to HBV (such as woolly monkey HBV and orangutan-HBV for example), which infect non-human primates; Woodchuck hepatitis virus (WHV) that causes hepatitis in woodchucks, and Ground squirrel hepatitis virus (GSHV) causing hepatitis in squirrels.
KLEBSIELLA PNEUMONIAE INFECTION IN A WOOLLY MONKEY (LAGOTHRIX LAGOTRICHA) KEPT AS PET IN LIMA, PERU
TINY baby woolly monkey Branco enjoyed the attention as he made his public debut at a Midland zoo.
Despite all these challenges, during a recent three day trip to the TBS, I was able to see a sloth, brown woolly monkeys, squirrel monkeys, pink river dolphins, scarlet macaws, toucans, and a number of butterflies and insects -- which according to Professor Swing is a 'stunning success' for a visitor to the Amazonia.
The husk limits the access to pulp and seeds by frugivorous birds and their fruits are eaten mainly by capuchins, howler, and woolly monkeys (Stevenson et al.
In addition to the woolly monkeys, there are chimps, gibbons and orangutans.
Looe also has to a famous monkey sanctuary - home to Woolly monkeys and rescued ex-pet Capuchin monkeys, who cannot fail to amuse with their cheeky antics.