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**Tamarin, a rare monkey native to Brazil - By Sam Lim, Looks Like the Flying Monkeys Wizard of Oz.

Looks like a diminutive Wookie. Lion tamarin on the branch (by Tambako the Jaguar)

The golden-headed lion tamarin (Leontopithecus chrysomelas). Endangered because their habitat has been reduced to due to farming, ranching, mining and urbanization. Lion Tamarin by Tambako the Jaguar



The Golden Lion Tamarin is native to the Atlantic rainforest of Brazil. Once down to only several hundred animals, the species is being reintroduced to protected forest areas and its numbers are up. However, the species is still listed as Endangered and continues to be threatened by habitat loss.

Golden Lion Tamarin (Leontopithecus Rosalia) indigenous to the Atlantic coastal forests of Brazil

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Endangered golden-headed lion tamarin babies and their mother. Golden-Headed Lion Tamarin "Severely endangered because of habitat loss and illegal capture. There are only about 200 golden-headed lion tamarins in the wild.

Pygmy Marmosets

Pygmy Marmosets, AKA finger monkeys (they are small enough to wrap around your…

A squirrel monkey

A squirrel monkey of the Walter Zoo in Switzerland eating grass blade per blade.

Squirrel Monkey– Amazon Monkeys Seen on a River Cruise #Amazon #Rainforest #Jungle #Monkeys

Amazon Rainforest Monkeys Seen On A River Cruise

Squirrel Monkey– Amazon Monkeys Seen on a River Cruise #Amazon #Rainforest #Jungle #Monkeys

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A Shot I Like … Cottontop Tamarin Monkeys. | Treasures On The Journey

A Shot I Like … Cottontop Tamarin Monkeys.

Cotton-top tamarin - found in tropical forest edges and secondary forests in northwestern Colombia. (classified as Critically Endangered (CR) by the IUCN Red List)