Monkey

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Endangered South American Species: Tufted Capuchin

Tufted capuchin is a family of monkeys living in Colombia, Guyana, Suriname, etc. It is a member of the Cebidae monkey, and in the case of this monkey, it has a very solid physique. Tufted capuchin has many subspecies, some of which are critically endangered.
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Southeast Asian Endangered Species: Agile Gibbon

Agile gibbon is a member of the gibbon that lives only in Indonesia and Malaysia. It is a monkey with no tail, long arms and fingers, and its whole body is black. A monkey that uses its long arms to grab a branch and swing its body like a pendulum, allowing it to move swiftly across its arms. Human land development poses the greatest threat to this monkey, and extensive deforestation has also taken place, resulting in a dramatic decline in population and designation as an endangered species.
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Southeast Asia Endangered Species: Capped gibbon

Capped gibbons are among the gibbons that live in Southeast Asia. This monkey inhabits the tropical forests of the Boroven Plateau, which borders Thailand, Laos, and Cambodia, the Danlek Mountains, and the Cardamam Mountains, and has long arms.
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Madagascar Endangered Species: White-headed Lemur

The white-headed lemur is a monkey endemic to Madagascar. This monkey is a medium-sized lemuriformes and can only be seen in Madagascar. White-headed lemurs live in lowland wetland forests and rainforests. It is a very cute monkey with a round eyeball and bushy white hair around its face, but it is actually designated as an endangered species.
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Southeast Asian Endangered Species: Siamang

Siamang is a gibbon that inhabits Malaysia and Indonesia in Southeast Asia. Among the gibbons, the maximum length is 150 cm with one arm extended. Siamangs have black hair and inhabit only the southern part of the Malay Peninsula and the island of Sumatra in Indonesia.
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Southeast Asia Endangered Species: Pig-tailed Mackerel

Pig-tailed macaques are a family of monkeys that live in Southeast Asia. It is widely distributed in Southeast Asia, and the distribution area is quite wide. There are some changes in physique and coat color depending on the area. Pig-tailed macaques are currently declining in population and may become extinct. The biggest threat is humans.
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Endangered Species in India: Lion-tailed Macaque

Lion-tailed macaques are a group of monkeys that live in the Deccan Plateau of India. It has lion-like hair and has a very distinctive appearance. It looks very similar to a lion, and males are animals that sound louder than females. Lion-tailed macaques are endemic to India and are not found elsewhere.
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Endangered Species in Central America: Black-handed Spider Monkey

Black-handed spider monkeys are a family of monkeys living in southern Mexico, as well as in Central American countries such as Guatemala, Nicaragua, and Costa Rica. The tail is very distinctive, and it is not only long, but also a dexterous tail. It is a very dexterous monkey because its arms are longer than its legs and its tail can be used like a fifth limb.
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Endangered South American Animals: Common Woolly Monkey

The Common Woolly Monkey is a true monkey that is distributed in South America and is classified in the Atelidae family. It inhabits Ecuador, Colombia, Brazil, Peru, Venezuela, northern Bolivia, etc., and is the largest monkey among spider monkeys.
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China Endangered Species: Golden Snub-nosed Monkey

The golden snub-nosed monkey is a monkey that lives in China. Also known as Tibetan Kobana Dengue monkey. I live on trees in deciduous broad-leaved forests, coniferous forests, and mixed forests. The golden snub-nosed monkey is so named because its whole body is covered with long hair such as brown or orange.
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