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owl monkey father's day
2014-06-14 04:43:04

According to Patricia C. Wright of Stony Brook University, no matter how devoted you think your father may be as a parent, another clear winner has emerged in the animal kingdom, forever seizing the title of 'World's Best Dad'.

Owl Monkeys Don't Cheat
2014-03-19 14:44:02

True monogamy is rare in the animal kingdom. Even in species that appear to "mate for life," genetic maternity and paternity tests have revealed that philandering often takes place.

Monogamous Owl Monkeys Reproduce More Than Those With Multiple Partners
2013-01-25 11:12:27

Breaking up is hard to do — and can be detrimental to one’s reproductive fitness, according to a new University of Pennsylvania study.

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2010-09-06 08:48:41

An international collaboration led by a University of Pennsylvania anthropologist has shown that environmental factors, like temperature and light, play as much of a role in the activity of traditionally nocturnal monkeys as the circadian rhythm that regulates periods of sleep and wakefulness.


Latest Night monkey Reference Libraries

Azara’s Night Monkey, Aotus azarae
2014-04-15 10:35:12

Azara’s night monkey or the southern night monkey (Aotus azarae) is a species of night monkey that can be found in South and Central America. Its range includes areas Peru, Paraguay, Panama, Argentina, Ecuador, Bolivia, and Venezuela. This species is thought to prefer to reside in tall forests and lowland vine forests. This species holds three subspecies, including the feline night monkey and the Bolivian night monkey, and was named after Félix de Azara, a Spanish naturalist. Azara’s...

Gray Handed Night Monkey, Aotus griseimembra
2014-04-11 13:11:11

The gray-handed night monkey (Aotus griseimembra) is a species of night monkey that can be found in areas of Venezuela and Colombia. This species prefers to reside in forests and can be found in a variety of forest types including coffee plantations and secondary forests. Although it is listed as a distinct species, it is possibly a subspecies of the gray-bellied night monkey. It is small, with males reaching an average weight of 35.6 ounces and females reaching a weight of 32.6 ounces. This...

Panamanian Night Monkey, Aotus zonalis
2014-04-11 13:07:14

The Panamanian night monkey (Aotus zonalis), also known as the Chocoan night monkey, is a species of night monkey that can be found in Panama and Chocó in Colombia and it is thought to be found in Costa Rica, although this cannot be confirmed. This species prefers to reside many habitats including coffee plantations and secondary forests. Although it is classified as a distinct species, it is thought that this monkey may be a subspecies of the gray-bellied night monkey. The Panamanian...

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2007-06-25 11:01:45

The Three-striped Night Monkey, Aotus trivirgatus, also known as Northern Night Monkey or Northern Owl Monkey, is one of several species of owl monkeys currently recognized. It is found in Venezuela and north-central Brazil. Like other owl monkeys, the Three-striped Night Monkey lives in woodlands including rain forest. It is mainly black, with striking white markings on its face. Its body size is 10.6 to 18.9 inches, and its tail is about the same length again. Adults weigh up to 36...

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2006-12-28 13:39:45

The gray-bellied night monkey (Aotus lemurinus), also called the lemurine owl monkey, is a small New World monkey of the family Aotidae. They are native to tropical and subtropical forests of South and Central America. The gray-bellied night monkey faces a significant threat from hunting. They are used in pharmaceutical research and habitat destruction. Physical description Like other members of their genus, this species is nocturnal. It has a small, round head. It is striped with...

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Word of the Day
gawf
  • In costermongers' slang, a cheap red-skinned apple, which is rubbed hard with a cloth to give it the appearance and feeling of an apple of superior quality.
The origin of the word 'gawf' is obscure, but may come from the phrase 'go for more'.