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"Baboon" - Black Howler Monkey

Alouatta pigra

Description:

black furry monkey, long prehensile tail.

Habitat:

broad leaf forest and riparian zones

Notes:

This individual was photographed in the Community Baboon Sanctuary, where the howlers co-exist and are accepted by the villagers. They roam in their natural habitat and are found with the village moving from tree to tree in people's yard.

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Vin Zael
Spotted by
Vin Zael

Belize City, Belize, Belize

Lat: 17.56, Long: -88.53

Spotted on Mar 19, 2010
Submitted on Aug 25, 2011

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