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titi monkey

one of the many small New World monkeys, about the size of a squirrel with dense, short fur and a long, nonprehensile tail. It comes in several colors including black with white face, collar and hands. Called also Callicebus spp.
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He also gave a detailed idea of what a typical Titi Island looks like and supplied a rich overview of the process of catching and processing titi, and even the gender roles relating thereto.
But if Titi gets her way we could all be talking about another sporting Ameobi soon.
The top 10 species, from top left, Amur leopard, pied tamarin, Livingstone's fruit bat, Sumatran tiger, scimitar-horned oryx, Western lowland gorilla, blue-eyed black lemur, San Martin titi monkey, Grevy's zebra and white-naped mangabey.
Al Titi was a supporter of the Palestinian Prisoner Movement and had taken part in activities planned in support of the inmates in Israeli jails.
Titi, of Iron Street, Adams down, and who is fighting deportation, recounted the ordeal which started as the family slept.
Around us, all the teams are recruiting but what is planned to compensate for the departure of Titi Henry?
Queen Titi, who won the Listed event for fillies under Kieren Fallon, and newcomer The Wild Swan, winner of the juvenile maiden for Seamus Heffernan, completed a 36th birthday double for trainer Aidan O'Brien, whose wife, Anne-Marie, owns and bred Queen Titi.
Pictures are excellent," says Titi Branch of Curve Salon in Brooklyn, New York.
RWANDA earned a memorable 1-0 victory over the Democratic Republic of Congo yesterday but were denied a possible place in the quarter-finals of the African Nations Cup when Titi Camara's late equaliser gave Guinea a 1-1 draw with Tunisia.
Now admittedly some of these players are absolute monsters but,let's be honest, even Titi Camara scored the other night against Cameroon.
Just before blowing himself up near an ice cream parlour in a Tel Aviv suburb, 18-year-old Jihad Titi called his mother in a Palestinian refugee camp to say farewell.
But Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades had vowed to avenge Israel's killing of Mahmoud Titi in Nablus on May 22.