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titi:

see monkeymonkey,
any of a large and varied group of mammals of the primate order. The term monkey includes all primates that do not belong to the categories human, ape, or prosimian; however, monkeys do have certain common features.
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CREATURE FEATURE BRING Senior keeper Sian-Leigh Simner said: "Adult titi monkey couples are monogamous and entwine their tails to bond in a sign of affection for one another, so it was lovely to see Frank and Tilda behave in this way so quickly."
Set amid a mystical forest inhabited by fairies and creatures from the sky, Mak Yong Titis Sakti tells the tale of conflict in love, namely perfect love, forbidden love and unrequited love.
Mak Yong Titi Sakti, produced by The Actors Studio (TAS) Seni Teater Rakyat, was first performed at KLPac in 2009, and is being re-staged this year as the curtain raiser to TAS' 30th anniversary celebration next year.
The different estimates were used for comparisons with other studies of personatus group titis.
Observations of titis in the four main fragments revealed group sizes of between two and five individuals (Table 1).
The results of this first systematic survey of a Callicebus coimbrai population indicate that most basic characteristics of the species are broadly similar to those of other Atlantic Forest titis. All observed groups were either adult pairs, or what appeared to be pairs with their immature offspring, and the maximum size recorded in fifteen groups was five individuals, which is consistent with the strictly monogamous social structure of the genus (Norconk, 2007).
the width of the service road) to no more than 200 m, it seems reasonable to assume that titis are able to disperse relatively freely between fragments, and that isolation does not have a direct influence on the characteristics of the different groups.
The rare red titi monkey is 3ins long and weighed 'oz at birth.
the rare red titi monkey on its mother's back, the first of its kind to be born in the UK.
On 9 April she and her party made for a nearby 'mutton bird, or Titi, island' which she described as 'a dreary looking place'.
Tini noted that she had never worked as hard as she did on the Titi Island.
Signing off for the last time, Tini wished Dot 'and the page' every success and passed on her love to the fellow Little Folks 'Titi, Lonely One, Tommy Karangahape' as well as the editor.