Colombian Black-faced Spider Monkey

Colombian Black-faced Spider Monkey

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Caption: The Colombian Black-faced Spider Monkey (Ateles fusciceps robustus) lives in the mature rainforests of Colombia. The group size of the monkeys varies from 4 to 5 to over 100 depending on the time of year and the amount of food available. 'Ateles' means 'not complete' - spider monkeys have no thumbs. This is an adaptation to swinging through the trees, thumbs being unnecessary for this kind of movement. World Wildlife Zoo, Phoeniz, Arizona.

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Keywords: animal, arboreal, arizona zoo, ateles, ateles fusciceps, ateles fusciceps robustus, ateles sp., atelidae, captive animal, colombian black-faced spider monkey, fauna, mammal, monkey, primate, sitting in tree, spider monkey, world wildlife zoo

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