Yellow-tailed woolly monkey (Oreonax flavicauda)

What country does it live in? In mountains of Peru, South America
Where does it live? Wet forest in the moutains

Status: Critically endangered
Threats: Habitat destruction and hunting by humans


What does it eat? Fruit, leaves, animal prey, flowers, buds, roots
How big is it? The same weight as a collie

How does it talk? Bark, call to stay in contact and loud call
Who does it live with? Many males and females

What does it do? Largest male in group threatens humans by shaking and dropping branches, peeing and pooing.

How does it walk? On four legs and dangling by their special tails. It has a fingerprint
Where can you find them? In the day time in trees

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