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A young colobus monkey clings to its mother, Nyungwe forest, Rwanda. The arboreal colobus monkey almost never descends to the ground, preferring to use branches as springs to catapult themselves over several of meters. Bushmeat trade, habitat destruction and logging are all grave threats to this African primate.
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