What's It Like Down There?
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|This is a spider monkey taken in Tortoguero National Park. |
These acrobatic monkeys live in evergreen rainforests, semi deciduous and mangrove forests, almost never coming to the ground. In these forests they live mostly in the upper canopy, preferring undisturbed high forest. They can move rapidly through the trees, brachiating with its forelimbs and using even their tails to make easier the locomotion.
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Great shot of this spider monkey. They are usually pretty high up in the trees so good to see such a clear shot of its expressive little face.