Howler Monkeys and Other Latin American Monkeys / Monos Aulladores Y Otros Monos de Latinoam'rica
The amazing howl of the howler monkey has made this monkey a legend of the rain forest. Readers will be fascinated by the full-color photos and the informative text. The common wooly monkey, which features prominently in its local economy, is also discussed in this book, along with the tamarin.
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