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Red-Handed Howler Monkey

Science Project
by Spencer Jamison on 26 May 2011

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Transcript of Red-Handed Howler Monkey

The Red-Handed Howler Monkey Scientific Name: Alouatta Belzebul

By Spencer Jamison Classification: Phylum: Chordata
Class: Mammalia
Order: Primates
Family: Atelidae
Genus: Alouatta
Species: Alouatta Belzebul Animals in the Phylum of Chordata all have something called a Notochord.
A Notochord is basically a rod that goes through most of the length of your body. It stiffens and supports the body of the animal.

Animals in the class of Mammalia all have 3 middle ear bones. The also have hair and can also produce milk. Habitat Red-Handed Howler Monkeys are usually found in mixed forests in the Brazilian Amazon. Reproduction The Red-Handed Howler Monkey reproduces sexually. Adaptations The male Red-Handed Howler Monkeys often howl to assess and intimidate. Behavior Red-Handed Howler Monkeys sleep most of the day. When they are awake, they are usually eating or hunting food. They have strong enough tails to hold their body weight but they rarely us them. When they do use their tails, they are hanging of tree branches. Diet Red-Handed Howler Monkeys are herbivores. They usually eat leaves, tree bark, fruit, stems, and flowers. Pictures Bibliography http://animaldiversity.ummz.umich.edu/site/accounts/information/Alouatta_belzebul.html All done!
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