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Alouatta palliata

Alouatta palliata

Bears of the World by rogerdhall on DeviantArt

Bears of the World by rogerdhall on DeviantArt

What a thoughtful expression. . . #primates …

What a thoughtful expression. . . #primates …

飽きるまでゴリラ:ハムスター速報  Run ! ~

飽きるまでゴリラ:ハムスター速報 Run ! ~

"In adulthood the Francois' Langur is covered in silky black hair. At their longest, a langur will be around 25 inches (64 cm) and weigh up to around 16 pounds (7.2 kg) making them a fairly average sized primate. In youth however, these curious primates are a bright shade of red-orange, making for a spectacular sight, especially when contrasted with the black hair of their parents. Another unusual fact about the appearance of these langurs is the white "sideburns" on the face of the…

"In adulthood the Francois' Langur is covered in silky black hair. At their longest, a langur will be around 25 inches (64 cm) and weigh up to around 16 pounds (7.2 kg) making them a fairly average sized primate. In youth however, these curious primates are a bright shade of red-orange, making for a spectacular sight, especially when contrasted with the black hair of their parents. Another unusual fact about the appearance of these langurs is the white "sideburns" on the face of the…

best images and pictures ideas about gorilla - animal without tail

8 Animals Without Tail From Different Categories (NO. 3 IS RARE)

best images and pictures ideas about gorilla - animal without tail

Bis Du klettern kannst, hebe ich Dich schon mal hoch. Un- ten ist es sonst zu langweilig.

Bis Du klettern kannst, hebe ich Dich schon mal hoch. Un- ten ist es sonst zu langweilig.

best images and pictures ideas about gorilla - animal without tail

8 Animals Without Tail From Different Categories (NO. 3 IS RARE)

best images and pictures ideas about gorilla - animal without tail

Found only in Ethiopia, Gelada Baboons are the last surviving species of ancient grazing primates that were once numerous. They are the most terrestrial of primates, aside from humans.

Found only in Ethiopia, Gelada Baboons are the last surviving species of ancient grazing primates that were once numerous. They are the most terrestrial of primates, aside from humans.

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