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#124862 - Mon Aug 19 2002 06:54 AM Re: Primate Primer
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#4 - Tarsier

Found in the East Indies and the Philippines. They are about the size of a rat with thick, light-brown fur, very large eyes, and long feet and hands. They are nocturnal, arboreal, and eat insects and lizards.
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#124863 - Mon Aug 19 2002 07:51 AM Re: Primate Primer
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All ore okay.
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#124864 - Mon Aug 19 2002 08:32 AM Re: Primate Primer
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#23 Spider monkey

As far as I know, none of the Spider monkeys have thumbs.
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#124865 - Tue Aug 20 2002 04:16 PM Re: Primate Primer
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Well done Izzi.
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#124866 - Tue Aug 20 2002 07:44 PM Re: Primate Primer
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#29 = Indri, from Madagascar, an endangered animal.
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#124867 - Tue Aug 20 2002 08:15 PM Re: Primate Primer
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15- Owl monkey

Also known as a dourocoli, this nocturnal South American primate has huge eyes, much like a bushbaby.
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#124868 - Wed Aug 21 2002 05:42 PM Re: Primate Primer
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Two more right answers.
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#124869 - Thu Aug 22 2002 12:13 AM Re: Primate Primer
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11-Patas monkey.

A truly beautiful species with ginger-red fur, the patas monkey lives in troops on the plains of Africa.
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#124870 - Thu Aug 22 2002 01:30 AM Re: Primate Primer
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#30 Leaf monkey, aka the Silvered Langur, taking its name from the grey adult fur colouring
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#124871 - Thu Aug 22 2002 03:46 AM Re: Primate Primer
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#28 - Dwarf Galago
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#124872 - Thu Aug 22 2002 08:23 AM Re: Primate Primer
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Three more solved.
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#124873 - Thu Aug 22 2002 10:50 AM Re: Primate Primer
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38 seems to be the same as 30.
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#124874 - Thu Aug 22 2002 11:27 AM Re: Primate Primer
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#10 Bushbaby
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#124875 - Fri Aug 23 2002 01:00 AM Re: Primate Primer
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#27 Cacajao - the Bald uakari, named because of its hairless face.
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#124876 - Fri Aug 23 2002 07:30 AM Re: Primate Primer
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30 was leaf monkey, so is 38 bear monkey???

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#124877 - Fri Aug 23 2002 07:59 AM Re: Primate Primer
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Three more right aanswers: 10 = bushbaby, 27 = cacajao, and 38 = bear monkey.

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#124878 - Fri Aug 23 2002 11:14 AM Re: Primate Primer
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36- Titi, a tiny South American monkey.
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#124879 - Fri Aug 23 2002 11:33 AM Re: Primate Primer
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#40 Tamarin

Both male and female Emperor tamarins have huge white moustaches, while the Cotton-top tamarin has a mass of fluffy white fur on its crown. Dad does all the babysitting and only takes a breather when it's feeding time for the youngsters.
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#124880 - Fri Aug 23 2002 02:06 PM Re: Primate Primer
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Both answers are right.

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#124881 - Fri Aug 23 2002 03:41 PM Re: Primate Primer
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#45 Potto - a nocturnal feeder, which has a hard ridge of skin along its spine which it uses as a form of protection.

#46 Loris - the Slender loris is native to Sri Lanka and the Slow loris is at home in various parts of South East Asia. They have opposable toes on each foot for extra grip while climbing.
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#124882 - Fri Aug 23 2002 11:48 PM Re: Primate Primer
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5 --- cobego
35 --- snow monkey
50 --- aye-aye

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#124883 - Sat Aug 24 2002 12:15 AM Re: Primate Primer
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Number 41 is baboon and 42 is mandrill; number 31 might be vervet
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#124884 - Sat Aug 24 2002 04:52 PM Re: Primate Primer
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All are 'spot' on!
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#124885 - Sat Aug 24 2002 05:42 PM Re: Primate Primer
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33- Sifaka, a large tree-dwelling lemur.
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#124886 - Sat Aug 24 2002 05:46 PM Re: Primate Primer
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44-Siamang, a large, black noisy gibbon.
47- Spider [monkey], a leggy South American.
49-Colobus, a beautiful African leaf-eater that comes in red and black varieties.
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