- 'Dracula fish' and snub-nosed monkeys among 200+ new species discovered in
- 'Dracula fish' and snub-nosed monkeys among 200+ new species discovered in Himalayas. Bompu litter frog, newly discovered in India. [Sanjay Sondhi].
- Howler Monkeys with Deeper Calls Have Smaller Balls
- It's tough out there in the wild, especially for male howler monkeys. A new study suggests that these primates have to make a (evolutionary) choice: deep calls or small balls? Play Video · Mind Controlling Monkeys Are Here!
- Rio Reintroduces Howler Monkeys After Century's Absence
- Scientists have given Rio de Janeiro something to shout about with the reintroduction of howler monkeys to the city's famed Tijuca forest after a century's absence. Play Video · Mind Controlling Monkeys Are Here!
- Hundreds of new species discovered in the fragile Eastern Himalayan region
- The Bompu litter frog is a new species from India that has a striking greyish-blue iris with a vertically oriented black pupil. © Sanjay Sondhi.
- Scientists discovered 200 new species in the Himalayas—and we're slowly
- Bompu litter frog (Courtesy World Wildlife Fund / Sanjay Sondhi) Impatiens lohitensis, a new plant species. (Courtesy World Wildlife Fund / R. Gogoi & S.
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