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Mono de nariz chata

Mono de nariz chata

Nuestro animal curioso de hoy es el mono estornudador, un primate de nariz chata que le provoca estornudos cuando llueve, haciéndolo aún más peculiar.

Nuestro animal curioso de hoy es el mono estornudador, un primate de nariz chata que le provoca estornudos cuando llueve, haciéndolo aún más peculiar.

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mandril

Tonkin Snub-Nosed Monkey  The tonkin snub-nosed monkey is endemic to Northeastern Vietnam, where there are fewer than 200 left. Heavy poaching and the destruction of habitat have diminished this monkey’s population.

Tonkin Snub-Nosed Monkey The tonkin snub-nosed monkey is endemic to Northeastern Vietnam, where there are fewer than 200 left. Heavy poaching and the destruction of habitat have diminished this monkey’s population.

Langur negro de nariz chata [Foto del día - septiembre 2014]

Langur negro de nariz chata [Foto del día - septiembre 2014]

El mono de nariz chata birmano aparece aquí en una imagen digital. Solo recientemente se lo pudo fotografiar.

El mono de nariz chata birmano aparece aquí en una imagen digital. Solo recientemente se lo pudo fotografiar.

Foto del día: Madre y cría de langur negro de nariz chata. Imagen de…

Foto del día: Madre y cría de langur negro de nariz chata. Imagen de…

Langur negro de nariz chata

Langur negro de nariz chata

The Endangered golden snub-nosed monkey has long been hunted for use in traditional medicines, with the pelt of the species once thought to prevent rheumatism, as well as for its fur and meat. Today, this hunting continues with this exploitation compounded by the ongoing loss of its forest habitat. This species is endemic to western-central China, where it lives in deciduous broadleaved & coniferous forests in the provinces of Sichuan, Gansu, Hubei and Shaanxi.

The Endangered golden snub-nosed monkey has long been hunted for use in traditional medicines, with the pelt of the species once thought to prevent rheumatism, as well as for its fur and meat. Today, this hunting continues with this exploitation compounded by the ongoing loss of its forest habitat. This species is endemic to western-central China, where it lives in deciduous broadleaved & coniferous forests in the provinces of Sichuan, Gansu, Hubei and Shaanxi.

Mono de nariz chata

Mono de nariz chata

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