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New species of monkey discovered in Peru

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A new species of titi monkey has been found along the remote Urubamba river in Amazonian Peru.

The largest group of monkeys in South America, titi monkeys are around the size of a domestic cat and live in small close-knit family groups. There are believed to be 34 unique species and each bears its own unique color pattern - a trait believed to hold evolutionary significance.

Read More: http://www.unexplained-mysteries.com/news/285191/new-species-of-monkey-discovered-in-peru

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jarjarbinks

So, Big Foot could exist

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Nnicolette

Yes new large species are discovered often and some start out as cryptids... not everything is in our books yet.

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MeOnlyMe

very cute monkey :)

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paperdyer

I think they found "Small Foot". But seriously, great find on something that's sute for a change and not some type of horrid-looking insect.

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bubblykiss

I'll be impressed when humans teach it to wear cloths and comically smoke over-sized cigars

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BeastieRunner

That's a nice find!

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