Mantled Howler Monkey reaching out to cross a gap in the trees

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Mantled Howler Monkey reaching out to cross a gap in the trees - Monkey
Tortuguero National Park, Costa Rica (August 2012)

This image was taken on a boat trip from Turtle Beach Lodge.

Status is classified as Least Concern - Alouatta palliata / IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Also known as Ecuadorian Mantled Howling Monkey, Mantled Howler Monkey, South Pacific Blackish Howling Monkey. The sub-species is probably Alouatta palliata ssp. palliata (Golden Mantled Howler Monkey, Golden-mantled Howling Monkey) based on geographic range.

For more information on this species see:
Mantled howler monkey (Alouatta palliata) / ARKive


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