In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- Every year more than 10,000 non-human primates, including baboons, owl monkeys rhesus macaques and marmosets are transported by commercial airlines to research labs.
- The male carries, feeds, and grooms the infants - with help from their older siblings - and may even act as a midwife during birth, grooming and licking the newborn marmosets.
- Several birds of paradise flew across from tree to tree, watched on by colourful howler monkeys and marmosets.
- Human cold sores, he said, can kill smaller monkeys like marmosets and tamarins.
- Rare uakari monkeys, marmosets and umbrella birds move through the lush canopy foraging for food.
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