uakari


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uakari

small, 2 ft, short, bushy-tailed, bald-faced New World monkey; brightly colored. Called also Cacajao spp.
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Take a pair of high-powered binoculars to catch glimpses of those remarkable uakari faces close up and personal
Much of this work involves little-known or endangered wildlife, like the uakari monkey, or species of particular economic importance to the local communities.
Red-Faced Uakari Monkey" takes viewers deep into the Amazon rainforest in search of the elusive and fascinating Red-Faced Uakari monkey.
The Rainforest Trust claims that it 'lies in an area that has some of the highest levels of biodiversity ever recorded on the planet', with more than 550 bird species, nearly 80 amphibians, and more than 120 mammals, including rare species such as red uakari monkeys, jaguars, and tapirs.