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Monkey

In the United Kingdom, a slang term for 500 pounds.
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In the mangabey reported here, fulminant tuberculosis was diagnosed within 1 week after it arrived in Thailand, during the 21-day quarantine period.
The black mangabey (Lophocebus aterrimus) was abundant while Angola pied colobus (Colobus angolensis) and red-tailed monkey (Cercopithecus ascanius) were common.
If it's not a mangabey, and it's not a baboon, then what is it?
Yet, Pokomo oral history says the Pokomo themselves brought the Mangabey and Red Colobus to the banks of the Tana River when they migrated there from central Africa more than 600 years ago.
During a long-term program to monitor deaths in wildlife, an infant mangabey was found dead in the TNP in March 2012.
London, June 28 (ANI): Scientists have finally identified the secret that helps Sooty mangabeys, a type of African monkey, survive infection by SIV, a relative of HIV, and not succumb to AIDS.
After days of tracking the mangabeys, she locates their main feeding zone and uses a thermal imaging camera to capture the first ever footage of the species sleeping in the wild.
Primate expert Dr Julie Anderson and adventurer Guy Grieve spent weeks living in a tree-house in the Gabon rainforest to study the rare, redcapped mangabey.
head to a rainforest in central Africa on the trail of the rare mangabey monkey.
His brilliant idea came after seeing a piece on the news about Conchita, a three-week-old, white-naped mangabey monkey, who is currently being hand-reared with help from a teddy bear.
In at least one animal that SIV naturally infects, the sooty mangabey, it causes a very high viral load with little immune response, but does not hurt the animal.