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saki

a longhaired, bushy-tailed, New World monkey, about 1.5 ft long and weighing 2 lb. They are diurnal, arboreal and gregarious and in two genera Pithecia and Chiropotes.
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FRIENDS OUR AT DUDLEY CREATURE FEATURES BRING Trainee keeper Cara Sheldon spoke about setting up the zoo's successful Castle Creatures exhibit and caring for bats for the first time at Dudley and lower primates section leader Nicola Wright gave a presentation on white-faced saki monkeys.
The gift was much appreciated by four legs and feathers including red pandas, sakis, spider monkeys, lemurs, chimps and macaws.
Sakis live in the tropical forests of Brazil, French Guiana, Guyana, Surinam and Venezuela.
If you are a Rouvitsa -- meaning a female fan of Sakis Rouvas -- then grab your glow sticks, put on some comfortable shoes and get ready to enjoy the Greek showman at his best in Limassol on Sunday.