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tamarin:

see marmosetmarmoset
, name for many of the small, squirrellike New World monkeys of the family Callithricidae. Members of this family are all found in tropical South America, with one species found also in Central America. They range in size from the pygmy marmoset, which is 8 in.
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Connecting different tamarin populations will be good for the whole species.
But things really are happening on the sun-kissed ground, as Cap Tamarin has already received Smart City Scheme certification from the Mauritian government.
DRAYTON Manor Zoo is celebrating the arrival of two critically endangered baby Cotton-Top Tamarins born last month.
SAY CHEESE Lesley Barker's Emperor Tamarin was highly commended in the best picture taken by a zoo visitor category
TWO cotton-top tamarins - one of the world's most endangered species of monkey - have arrived at Chester Zoo.
A low suitability also reinforces the hypothesis that the new records may indeed represent the southern limit of the distribution of the western black tamarin.
WOLVERHAMPTON: 2.20 Secret Glance, 2.50 Zaza Zest, 3.20 Tamarin, 3.50 Mambo Spirit, 4.20 Slim Chance, 4.50 Bold Runner, 5.20 Chapel Choir, 5.50 Keene's Pointe.
Callum Howkins had flown out to the Indian Ocean hotspot to be best man at the wedding of his father, and died just two days after the ceremony when a snorkelling trip in Tamarin Bay turned to tragedy.
Mamma the cotton-top tamarin was one of five monkeys taken in a raid in April.
25 ( ANI ): Researchers have found that tamarin monkeys communicate at "reduced amplitude" when the zoo staff that they dislike are present.
VOCAL COMMUNICATION OF WHITE-FOOTED TAMARIN (SAGUINUSLEUCOPUS) IN THE WILD