uakari

[n] - medium-sized tree-dwelling monkey of the Amazon basin
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uakari

<zoology> Same as Ouakari. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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uakari

noun medium-sized tree-dwelling monkey of the Amazon basin; only New World monkey with a short tail
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Uakari

• (n.) Same as Ouakari.
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uakari

any of several types of short-tailed South American monkeys with shaggy fur, humanlike ears, and distinctive bald faces that become flushed when the ...
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uakari

Any of several rare South American monkeys of the genus Cacajao. There are three species, all with bald faces and long fur. About 55 cm/1.8 ft long in head and body, and with a comparatively short 15 cm/6 in tail, they rarely leap, but are good climbers, remaining in the to...
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Uakari

The uakari (Cacajao rubicundus) is a monkey found in tree tops in swamp forests in the upper Amazon. South America. There are three species: the bald, the black-headed and the red-faced all distinguished by a short tail. Its powerful jaws are capable of cracking Brazil nuts, which together with other nuts, fruits, plants, insects and grubs comprise...
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Uakari

Cacajao calvus Cacajao ayresi Uakari is the common name for the New World monkeys of the genus Cacajao. Both the English and scientific names are believed to have originated from indigenous languages. The uakaris are unusual among New World monkeys in that the tail length (15-18 cm) is substantially less than their head and body length (40-45 cm)....
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uakari

short-tailed, long-haired monkey
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