CONSERVATION STATUS: VULNERABLE
Deep in South America, in the upper Amazon basin, brown woolly monkeys spend their days exploring among the trees. Also known as the common woolly monkey or Homboldt’s woolly monkey, they call a wide range of South America home. From Peru, Ecuador, and ...
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CONSERVATION STATUS: ENDANGERED
The gray woolly monkey, also known as Geoffroy’s woolly monkey (named for the French naturalist and explorer E. Geoffroy ), is a species of woolly monkey native to South America, inhabiting the Amazon rainforests of Brazil and Peru. An isolated population resides...
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