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Golden Lion Tamarin

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The Golden Lion Tamarin (Leontopithecus rosalia), also known as the golden marmoset, is a small New World monkey of the family Callitrichidae. Native to the Atlantic coastal forests of Brazil, the golden lion tamarin is an endangered species. The range for wild individuals is spread across four places along southeastern Brazil, with a recent census estimating 3,200 individuals left in the wild and a captive population maintaining about 490 individuals among 150 zoos.

The World Cup 2014 has every day surprises. Even Brazil’s golden marmoset are amazed ;o)!

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Golden lion tamarin in the Atlantic Forest close to Silva Jardim, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. #brazil #monkeys

Golden lion tamarin in the Atlantic Forest close to Silva Jardim, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. #brazil #monkeys

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Golden Lion Tamarin Endangered (Bronx Zoo, New York) These interesting animals are critically endangered, as are many of the forests in which they live. Brazil's Atlantic coastal rain forests are disappearing due to ever-expanding logging, agriculture, and industry, and unfortunately, the golden lion tamarin is in danger of vanishing with them. Over 1,000 golden lion tamarins are estimated to survive in fragments of rain forests. As a result of concerted efforts, about one-third of them are…

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