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guenon

a large group of related small monkeys of the genus cercopithecus. They vary greatly in their coloring and markings.
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In the dim light of the West African forest, beautiful guenon monkeys send messages to each other with colourful face patterns.
Overhead, troops of monkeys chatter and scold: spot-nosed guenons, gray-cheeked mangabeys, and the leaf-eating colobus.
From the white bands on their foreheads, they were obviously long-tailed guenons, Cercopithecus mitis, probably brought back as pets from Africa to Knossos and.
This analysis identified 7 species: 147 yellow-nosed red-tailed guenons (C.
32 What kind of creatures are guenons, of which around 20 species are found in Africa?
Bacteria harbored by humans and livestock were approximately twice as similar to those of red-tailed guenons, which habitually enter human settlements to raid crops, than to bacteria of other primate species.