Mohawk Monkey Discovered

September 2005
Weekly Reader News - Edition 3;9/23/2005, Vol. 75 Issue 3, p3
Offers information on the highland mangabey money, discovered by scientists in Tanzania. Behavioral characteristics of the monkeys.


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