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Golden Lion Tamarin

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Aubry Mann

on 7 April 2014

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Transcript of Golden Lion Tamarin

Golden Lion Tamarin
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Habitat
Golden Lion Tamarins live in the Atlantic coastal forests of Brazil.
They prefer swamp forests, which contain many vines a high density of fruit and animal foods.
Adaptations
Diet
Endangered
Conservation
Efforts

Where do the Golden Lion
Tamarins live?
How does the Golden Lion Tamarin protect itself from its predators?
The Golden Lion Tamarin gives alarm calls in response to strange and/or threatening stimuli. Hawks, cats, and large snakes are the main predators.
What do the Golden Lion Tamarins eat?
Golden Lion Tamarins wake up early in the morning to search for their breakfast. They eat fruits, insects, and even small lizards.
Why are the Golden Lion Tamarins
endangered?
Golden Lion Tamarins were first listed as endangered in 1982. People cut down trees near Golden Lion
Tamarins's homes to make room for houses, farms, and roads. Their habitat was broken up by logging and agriculture.

In an attempt to save them, several conservation programs have started with hopes to strengthen the wild population and maintain the zoo population. The survival rates have been encouraging but destruction of unprotected habitat continues.
What can you do to
help?
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