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Gol den Li on Tama rins. By : Dan iel. Table o f Contents. Habitat. Daily behavior. Food and Water. Interesting facts. Family Structure. bibliography. Habi tat. Tropical humid forest of Brazil, South America Trees Prefer mature primary forest Some habitats have been cut down

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GoldenLionTamarins

By:Daniel


Table of Contents

Habitat

Daily behavior

Food and Water

Interesting facts

Family Structure

bibliography


Habitat

  • Tropical humid forest of Brazil, South America

  • Trees

  • Prefer mature primary forest

  • Some habitats have been cut down

  • heavy vine growth

  • dense lowland forest

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Food and Water

  • Eat plants, sweet pulpy fruit, insects, small lizards, nuts, flowers, birds, juicy leaves

  • Drink water by juicy leaves, rivers, swamps, mothers milk

  • Eat nectarine

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Dailybehavior

  • Eat during day

  • pack is called a troop

  • 12-14 individuals

  • 5-6 children

  • 100 acres of there territory

  • A male is the leader

  • Groom each others fur

  • fathers carry baby’s

  • Always watching for predators

  • mostly climb trees

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Family Structures

  • Have one baby at a time

  • older monkeys babysit young

  • first month stay with the male

  • monkeys nest together

  • male raises young

  • mother feeds milk to young

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Interestingfacts

  • rarest monkey in the world

  • 2 babies at a time

  • live in heard

  • some weigh more than 100 pounds

  • live more than 40 years

  • have claws

  • have long fingers

  • have rare reproductive patterns

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Bibliography

  • Melissa, McDaniel, Monkeys ,New York, Benchmark books, c 2004

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