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Salzburg Cathedral ceiling
A rainy day at Taft high school
A street artist working on a graffiti in London
American Drive
Bumblebee atop a pink zinnia
The row boats at Rankin Lake at sunset
Nursing Brown Bear
Stain Glass Window
Double Lilly
Moose at Gårdsjö in Heby, Sweden
Arch in Fog
Bicolor at Sunshine
Checking the Light
A Lollapalooza experience
Japanese Soaker
Maasai Boy With Cattle
Dancing Cubs
Tulipa 'Green Wave'
Cheap Rides to the Moon
Horses Running in
Super Moon over Charleston
Moose at Gårdsjö älgpark in Heby, Sweden
Kicked to the Curb
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Bicolor at Sunshine

Bare-faced Tamarin (Saguinus bicolor) is endemic to the Brazilian Amazon and is listed as endangered (EN) by the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. This and other species of monkeys are part of biodiversity that was isolated in the Forest of Science INPA, when the Manaos city grew up around it.

TAGS: Brazil, Forest, Jungle, Monkey, Primate, Wildlife

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Cali, Colombia
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 11.2015
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PHOTO LOCATION Manaus, Brazil