- Creature Feature: The Proboscis Monkey
- Consequently, the bigger the nose, the bigger harem a male will have control over. A harem usually consists of a single dominant male, two to seven females, and their offspring.
- London Zoo: Animals and their tears
- There are moth species with a longer proboscis that allows them to feed on the tears without landing directly on the eyeball.
- South Africa vs England: Fourth one day international
- Jason Roy had a flea in his ear when he failed to cut off a four at point but now he'll have a wasps nest in there, having dropped AB de Villiers off Stuart Broad, diving to his right. Again, it was a sharp chance.
- Ugly creatures are overlooked by scientists, putting them at risk of extinction
- The proboscis monkey has the largest nose of any primate, drooping over the mouth and capable of growing to be up to a quarter of the body's length.
- Protecting Sabah's wildlife legacy
- Wildlife is a big deal in Sabah. It's the last bastion for some of the rarest species in the world.
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