Tuesday, 30 November 2010

Caught red-faced

That's the only way you can catch it: red-faced. The Ateles Paniscus, Red-Faced Spider monkey or mono araña negro is a threatened South American species. It lives in the Amazonas jungle and can be found also in the jungles of Southern Venezuela, close to the Río Negro.

The one in the picture speaks Brazilian Portuguese, but it is basically the same.

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