capuchin

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Synonyms for capuchin

a hooded cloak for women

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monkey of Central America and South America having thick hair on the head that resembles a monk's cowl

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Kathy the capuchin monkey helps disabled Michael Townsend by switching on lights, turning pages of books and loading CDs and DVDs
Ed Helms, Bradley Cooper and Zach Galifianakis all reprise their previous roles in the film, but the capuchin monkey was the one they all praised.
Generality of Learning in Situations Involving Tool Use by a Capuchin Monkey
If fairness is essential for a capuchin monkey, it must be more important and more basic to humans than we realize.
Minnie, my capuchin monkey, has made my life so much richer and fuller," says Craig, from California.
From the shocking story of a mother gorilla who cradled and protected a toddler that tumbled into a zoo exhibit, to a pet cat that awakened a sleeping mother and saved the her family from death by carbon monoxide poisoning, to a cow in river that allowed her herder to hang on to her as she swam to safety, to a capuchin monkey trained to assist a quadriplegic man, to trained rescue dogs and more, Animal Heroes: True Rescue Stories is sure to captivate young animal lovers with its blend of fascinating anecdotes and striking color photography of the savior animals and humans they have aided.
Yorick and his male Capuchin monkey Ampersand are both survivors of a plague that wiped out every other thing with a Y chromosome on Earth in an instant.
Paul is a 15-year-old capuchin monkey (see Nuts & Bolts, p.
The performance of each capuchin monkey is presented in Figure 1.
IN THE Yonkers of steaming pavements and many tongues, the little boy watched the cutely-dressed capuchin monkey dancing on his chain for the organgrinder of Morris Street.
Female choice and mating system of the brown capuchin monkey, Cebus apella (Primates: Cebidae).
On a sad note, Koko, a 43-year-old capuchin monkey who had befriended nearly 100 students over several decades at the Moorpark College exotic animal training zoo, was euthanized in June because of health problems associated with old age.
Regarding new world monkeys, most of the references date back several decades, with emphasis given to a case in Philadelphia (USA) of a capuchin monkey that was imported from Nicaragua (SCULLY & KLIGMAN, 1951; KAPLAN et al.