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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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There are a few studies in the literature involving bearded capuchin monkeys, such as ROSNER and colleagues (1986), in Paraguay, RIVIELLO & WIRZ (2001), in Italy and NUNES and collaborators (2008), in Chile.
A capuchin monkey that was put up for sale on social media Image Credit: Supplied By Sapna DhanwaniSTAFF REPORTER
And in South America, scientists have found hammer-and-anvil stones used by robust capuchin monkeys that date to at least 700 years ago.
Finally, since filarioids are potentially zoonotic diseases (Orihel & Eberhard 1998), the presence of Dipetalonema robini in capuchin monkeys or any other filarioid species could potentially have consequences for human health.
"We discovered that some of the stone flakes produced accidentally by these capuchin monkeys were very similar to Oldowan stone tools," (https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2016-12/fda-sfc120916.php) said Tiago FalAaAaAeA tico, a researcher at the University of SAaAaAeALo Pau Psychology Institute and one of the study's authors.
"We know that capuchin monkeys share a number of our own economic biases," says psychologist Laurie Santos, lead author of the study.
THE GIRL RAISED BY MONKEYS (8pm Channel 5) IN HER autobiography, Marina Chapman made the extraordinary claim that as a child she had been abducted from her home in Colombia, and abandoned in the rainforest where she lived for five year depending on tiny Capuchin monkeys for survival.
She says that she only survived by becoming part of a troop of capuchin monkeys, and survived for five years before living among humans again.
At one point, my wife apologized to the volunteer coordinator because we were taking too long, constantly stopping to play with the rambunctious coati or capuchin monkeys. The volunteer coordinator, a great guy affectionately nicknamed Teniente, said, "The animals need love, too." That remark alone validated the entire experience--and created a lasting connection for us.
We selected 321 serum samples collected from wild monkeys from the Amazon region of Brazil during 20012002: 91 from black howler monkeys (Alouatta caraya) and 230 from capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella).
NEW SERIES The capuchin monkeys (left), giant otters and jaguars show off their amazing survival skills.
Bradford woman Marina Chapman made headlines around the world earlier this year with her extraordinary claim that she spent five years of her childhood alone in the South American rainforest - and that she owes her survival to the tiny capuchin monkeys who accepted her as one of their own.
THE WOMAN RAISED BY MONKEYS (9pm National Geographic) IT'S A story you long to be true - Bradford woman Marina Chapman, inset, made headlines around the world earlier this year with her claim that she spent five years of her childhood alone in the South American rainforest - and owes her survival to the tiny capuchin monkeys who accepted her as one of their own.