Talapoin

Talapoins z are the two species of Old World monkeys classified in genus Miopithecus. They live in central Africa and their range extends from Cameroon and the Democratic Republic of the Congo to Angola. With a typical length of 32 to 45 cm and a weight of approximately 1.3 kg (males) and 0.8 kg (females), the talapoins are the smallest Old World ...
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talapoin

[n] - smallest guenon monkey
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Talapoin

• (n.) A Buddhist monk or priest. • (n.) A small African monkey (Cercopithecus, / Miopithecus, talapoin) -- called also melarhine.
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talapoin

Cercopithecus talapoin noun smallest guenon monkey; of swampy central and west African forests
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Talapoin

Tal'a·poin (tăl'ȧ*poin) noun [ Portuguese talapoi , talapoin , name for Buddhist priest, from Siamese t‘ama p‘ră ; t‘ama , honorific title + p‘ră priest.] A Buddhist monk or priest. [ Ceylon & Indo- China]
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Talapoin

Tal'a·poin (tăl'ȧ*poin) noun (Zoology) A small African monkey ( Cercopithecus, or Miopithecus, talapoin ) -- called also melarhine .
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Talapoin

A talapoin is a Buddhist priest or monk.
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talapoin

either of two small species of monkeys found in swamp forests on each side of the lower Congo River and neighbouring river systems. Talapoins are the ...
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