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    Captive Howler Monkeys

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    The Alouatta genus is one of the primate groups which have had extensive research carried out into their wild welfare and behaviour. Captive studies on howler monkeys are particularly minimal, even though they could provide researches and zoos further information on specific behaviours, physiology and biology (Pastor-Nieto, 2014). The few studies that have been carried out on captive howler monkeys suggest that males are dominant over females. In many instants most males will settle fights between females (Benton, 1976). Females tend to be more sociable and show less competitiveness. Both males and females show less activity levels than juveniles which can show higher activity levels during early morning or late afternoon (Shoemaker, 1982).…

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    Essay On Zoo Primates

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    The there tail is most likely covered in volunteer muscle tissue, which allows them to control them to utilize them to their maximum extent. New world monkeys also have more slender noses and their nasal cavities are slanted to a more mid-sagittal section of the face, possibly even lateral to the structure that creates the nose. Most New world monkeys have little to no thumbs. Some, although considered to be stubs don’t need thumbs because the tail is more mobile and are able to grasp with…

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    The howler monkey is thought to be the loudest species in the world, yet the most inactive monkey! The howler lives in South America, in addition to different countries around the world. The monkey’s relative size to a man is 6 feet! Also, their species spend most of their lives sleeping. The howler monkey eats different things provided by nature but, they feed off of nature, yet nature feeds on them. The monkey lives in a dense rainforest located in South America, and they have a tail that…

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    Red-handed Howler Monkey Animals, humans, and plants are what make this planet a wonderful place to live besides the oxygen of course. As the human race continues to expand our demand for food especially meat goes up. The human race has develop the technology of agricultural which helps feed the mass number of humans in this planet. With the over use of the land humans expand or move on to different places, places that are too close or on top of the homes of many plants and animals. Humans think…

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    Aegyptopithecus Essay

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    the Howler Monkey closely resemble the ancient Aegyptopithecus primate. Howler Monkeys known for their loud howls that can reach up to three miles away plus enjoy making nests to live in while Aegyptopithecus are known for bridging the gap between the Eocene and Miocene fossils. The Aegyptopithecus and the Howler Monkey have numerous similarities and differences. The differences include geographic location, skeletal features, and daily behavior; meanwhile similarities include social behavior,…

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    People have a fascination with monkeys and the interest in monkeys is generally due to the similarities they share. What's more interesting is the differences between different categories of monkeys; Old World monkeys and New World monkeys. It’s interesting that many differences arise between Old World monkeys and New World monkeys from generation to generation. Differences such as their anatomy, geography and group sizes are found in each subgroup. The struggle with distinguishing New World…

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    sent out emails and spread the word that we would have a party at our house and around 65 people came! We hadn’t even known them a week but we all immediately clicked. This was really inspiring because even though we just showed up and met them all a couple days before, we all became close and keep in touch now. It really was a great experience. When we were there, we had many different adventures. We went all around the town where we found a bunch of great restaurants, shops and beaches. We…

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    "?." Does that question mark mean anything to you? That question mark represents the unknown number of Black Spider Monkeys alive. The Ateles Paniscus also known as the Black Spider Monkey is a very unique and interesting species. This endangered animal’s body structure is very interesting, this large primate species which has black glossy hair that covers its’ body, and a red or pink body, and four fingers is very interesting. This animal has a very large and strong tail. This species owns the…

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    Humans Vs Primates Essay

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    Quadrupedalism or knuckle-walking, is where primates have “very strong arms are used to support the upper body weight while positioned on the backs of the finger’s middle phalanges.” For bipedalism, “it’s one of the key features of the human lineage, freeing the hands for carrying and for using and making tools” (Thorpe). The thing that is unique about these two is where the foramen magnum is located at. For apes, monkeys, and similar animals, the magnum is toward the back of the skull, whereas…

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    Jacobs runs with two themes: be careful what you wish for and you can't get something for nothing. Jacobs illustrates both themes when Herbert urges his father to wish for two hundred pounds. Everything seems to be going fine the next day until Herbert leaves for work. Not long after he is gone, a strange man comes to their house and informs Mr. and Mrs. White their son has been in an accident involving the machinery he was working with and he was instantly killed. The company Herbert was…

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