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Bearded saki
Chiropotes

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Martins SS, Lima EM, Silva Jr. JS. 2005. Predation of a bearded saki (Chiropotes utahicki) by a harpy eagle (Harpia harpyja). Neotrop Prim 13(1):7-10.

Mittermeier RA, Konstant WR, Ginsberg H, van Roosmalen MGM, da Silva Jr EC. 1983. Further evidence of insect consumption in the bearded saki monkey, Chiropotes satanas chiropotes. Primates 24(4):602-5.

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