Videos tagged with "shiripun"
Black-throated Brilliant (Heliodoxa schreibersii) in the Yasuni [01:05]
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Common Woolly Monkey in Shiripuno [00:40]
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Ferruginous Pygmy-Owl (Glaucidium brasilianum) in the Yasuni [01:20]
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Common Woolly Monkey (Lagothrix lagotricha) in the Yasuni [00:34]
Common woolly monkeys (Lagothrix lagotricha) occur in the Neotropics of northern South America, including the upper Magdalean River valley in Colombia, throughout much of the upper Amazon basin of Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Brazil west of the Rio Negro, and in the foothills and eastern slopes of the Andes. They occur as high as 3000 meters above sea level in the Andes (Eisenberg 1989; Emmons & Feer 1990; Moynihan 1976). Common woolly monkeys are hardly ever found on the forest floor. Generally, they remain at a height of about 38 ft (12 m) but will come down as low as 22 ft (7m). Lagothrix lagotricha live in gallery, palm, flooded and nonflooded primary, and cloud forests. These animals prefer mature, continuous, undisturbed humid forests and are not found to inhabit secondary forest. (Kinzey, 1997; Nowak, 1999; Welker and Schafer-Witt, 1989) Physical Description Mass 3 to 10 kg (6.6 to 22 lbs) Length 558 to 686 mm (21.97 to 27.01 in) Common wooly monkeys are large robust animals and are one of the largest New World primates by weight. Males are generally heavier than females, and male canine teeth are significantly larger than those of females. When in captivity these animals can be much heavier in weight than 10 kg but usually individuals fall within the range of 3 to 10 kg. Head and body length ranges from 558 to 686 mm and the prehensile tail is between 600 to 720 mm. The hair is dense, short, thick, and predominantly composed of underfur. In older individuals ...
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Pipa Pipa from the Yasuni [01:51]
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