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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/LATAM-ZOO
RTS38LRL
April 10, 2020
A cotton-top tamarin monkey carries its babies on its backat the Santa Cruz Zoo, amid the outbreak of...
San Antonio Del Tequendama, Colombia
A cotton-top tamarin monkey carries its babies on its back at the Santa Cruz Zoo in San Antonio del Tequendama...
A cotton-top tamarin monkey carries its babies on its backat the Santa Cruz Zoo, amid the outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in San Antonio del Tequendama, Colombia April 8, 2020. Picture taken April 8, 2020. REUTERS/Luisa Gonzalez
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/LATAM-ZOO
RTS38LRC
April 10, 2020
A cotton-top tamarin monkey carries its baby on its back at the Santa Cruz Zoo, amid the outbreak of...
San Antonio Del Tequendama, Colombia
A cotton-top tamarin monkey carries its baby on its back at the Santa Cruz Zoo in San Antonio del Tequendama...
A cotton-top tamarin monkey carries its baby on its back at the Santa Cruz Zoo, amid the outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in San Antonio del Tequendama, Colombia April 8, 2020. Picture taken April 8, 2020. REUTERS/Luisa Gonzalez
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/ITALY-ZOO
RTS3768B
March 25, 2020
A zookeeper wearing a protective mask feeds cotton-top tamarin, as animals are still looked after despite...
Rome, Italy
Spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Rome
A zookeeper wearing a protective mask feeds cotton-top tamarin, as animals are still looked after despite the Bioparco zoo being closed to due to lockdown measures fighting coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Rome, Italy, March 25, 2020. REUTERS/Yara Nardi
ITALY-WEATHER/
RTX6DONO
August 02, 2018
A cotton-top tamarin monkey licks an iced piece of fruit during the hot weather in Biopark zoo in Rome,...
Rome, Italy
A cotton-top tamarin monkey licks an iced piece of fruit during the hot weather in Biopark zoo in Rome...
A cotton-top tamarin monkey licks an iced piece of fruit during the hot weather in Biopark zoo in Rome, Italy, August 2, 2018. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi
ITALY-WEATHER/
RTX6DONL
August 02, 2018
Cotton-top tamarin monkeys eat a piece of frozen watermelon during the hot weather in Biopark zoo in...
Rome, Italy
Cotton-top tamarin monkeys eat a piece of frozen watermelon during the hot weather in Biopark zoo in...
Cotton-top tamarin monkeys eat a piece of frozen watermelon during the hot weather in Biopark zoo in Rome, Italy, August 2, 2018. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi
AUSTRALIA-ANIMALS/
RTR4H73E
December 09, 2014
A cotton-top tamarin reaches into a traditional Christmas bon bon to retrieve food treats, during a Christmas-themed...
Sydney, Australia
A cotton-top tamarin reaches into a traditional Christmas bon bon to retrieve food treats, during a Christmas-themed...
A cotton-top tamarin reaches into a traditional Christmas bon bon to retrieve food treats, during a Christmas-themed feeding session at Sydney's Taronga Park Zoo, December 9, 2014. The Tamarin is one of the smallest of the primates, weighing in at only around 500 grams (1.1lbs) and is native to Colombia. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS)
ISRAEL/
RTR36X9P
August 17, 2012
A month-old cotton-top tamarin, a species of monkey which originates from South-America, is seen with...
Jerusalem, Israel
A month-old cotton-top tamarin is seen with its parents at the Biblical Zoo in Jerusalem
A month-old cotton-top tamarin, a species of monkey which originates from South-America, is seen with its parents at their enclosure in the Biblical Zoo in Jerusalem August 17, 2012. The tamarin couple gave birth to two babies a month ago at the zoo. Tamarins are on the list of the world's 25 most endangered primates as published by international conservation groups. REUTERS/Amir Cohen (JERUSALEM - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY)
ISRAEL/
RTR36X9N
August 17, 2012
A month-old cotton-top tamarin, a species of monkey which originates from South-America, sits in its...
Jerusalem, Israel
A month-old cotton-top tamarin sits in its enclosure at the Biblical Zoo in Jerusalem
A month-old cotton-top tamarin, a species of monkey which originates from South-America, sits in its enclosure at the Biblical Zoo in Jerusalem August 17, 2012. A tamarin couple gave birth to two babies a month ago at the zoo. Tamarins are on the list of the world's 25 most endangered primates as published by international conservation groups. REUTERS/Amir Cohen (JERUSALEM - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY)
ISRAEL/
RTR36X7W
August 17, 2012
A month-old cotton-top tamarin, a species of monkey which originates from South America, is pictured...
Jerusalem, Israel
A month-old cotton-top tamarin, a species of monkey which originates from South America, is pictured...
A month-old cotton-top tamarin, a species of monkey which originates from South America, is pictured at its enclosure in the Biblical Zoo in Jerusalem August 17, 2012. A tamarin couple gave birth to two babies a month ago at the zoo. Tamarins are on the list of the world's 25 most endangered primates as published by international conservation groups. REUTERS/Amir Cohen (JERUSALEM - Tags: ANIMALS)
ISRAEL/
RTR36X7V
August 17, 2012
A month-old cotton-top tamarin, a species of monkey which originates from South America, is seen with...
Jerusalem, Israel
A month-old cotton-top tamarin is seen with its parents at their enclosure in the Biblical Zoo in Jerusalem...
A month-old cotton-top tamarin, a species of monkey which originates from South America, is seen with its parents at their enclosure in the Biblical Zoo in Jerusalem August 17, 2012. The tamarin couple gave birth to two babies a month ago at the zoo. Tamarins are on the list of the world's 25 most endangered primates as published by international conservation groups. REUTERS/Amir Cohen (JERUSALEM - Tags: ANIMALS)
ITALY/
RTR340KK
June 21, 2012
A Cotton-top Tamarin monkey eats a slice of watermelon during a hot day at Biopark Zoo in Rome June 22,...
Rome, Italy
A Cotton-top Tamarin monkey eats a slice of watermelon during a hot day at Biopark Zoo in Rome
A Cotton-top Tamarin monkey eats a slice of watermelon during a hot day at Biopark Zoo in Rome June 22, 2012. A heat wave swept across Italy on Tuesday with temperatures of around 32 degrees made worse by the warm air from the Scipione wind blowing from north Africa. The high temperatures are expected to last for most of June. REUTERS/Remo Casilli (ITALY - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
ITALY/
RTR340J0
June 21, 2012
A Cotton-top Tamarin monkey eats a slice of watermelon during a hot day at Biopark Zoo in Rome June 22,...
Rome, Italy
A Cotton-top Tamarin monkey eats a slice of watermelon during a hot day at Biopark Zoo in Rome
A Cotton-top Tamarin monkey eats a slice of watermelon during a hot day at Biopark Zoo in Rome June 22, 2012. A heat wave swept across Italy on Tuesday with temperatures of around 32 degrees made worse by the warm air from the Scipione wind blowing from north Africa. The high temperatures are expected to last for most of June. REUTERS/Remo Casilli (ITALY - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
SPAIN
RTR1BH5O
February 22, 2006
A cotton head monkey is seen in 'Senda El Retiro' in Malaga, southern Spain, February 22, 2006. Senda...
Malaga, Spain
Cotton head monkey is seen in 'Senda El Retiro' in Malaga, southern Spain
A cotton head monkey is seen in 'Senda El Retiro' in Malaga, southern Spain, February 22, 2006. Senda del Retiro is the biggest botanical park in Spain. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante PP06020241
YEAREND PICTURES
RTRPQZ1
May 21, 2001
A South American cotton-top tamarin looks up to its keeper during
feeding time for the group of four...
Sydney, Australia
YEAREND PICTURES 2001.
A South American cotton-top tamarin looks up to its keeper during
feeding time for the group of four endangered animals at Sydney's
Taronga Zoo May 21, 2001. Among the the smallest of primates, the
tamarins habitat in the Amazonian region of South America is threatened
by logging and the clearing of the forests for farming, however the zoo
has successfully bred a tamarin just five months ago to assist in the
animal's survival. REUTERS/David Gray

DG/CC
AUSTRALIA
RTRIK3W
May 21, 2001
A South American cotton-top tamarin looks up to its keeper during feeding time for the group of four...
Sydney, Australia
A SOUTH AMERICAN COTTON-TOP TAMARIN LOOKS FOR FOOD AT SYDNEY'S TARONGA ZOO.
A South American cotton-top tamarin looks up to its keeper during feeding time for the group of four endangered animals at Sydney's Taronga Zoo May 21, 2001. Among the the smallest of primates, the tamarins habitat in the Amazonian region of South America is threatened by logging and the clearing of the forests for farming, however the zoo has successfully bred a tamarin just five months ago to assist in the animal's survival.

DG/CC
MONKEYS
RTXISDO
February 23, 1999
An employee of Berlin's Zoo displays two new born cotton-top Tamarin monkeys February 23. The two male...
Berlin, Germany
An employee of Berlin's Zoo displays two new born cotton-top Tamarin monkeys February 23. The two ma.....
An employee of Berlin's Zoo displays two new born cotton-top Tamarin monkeys February 23. The two male monkeys were born two weeks ago.
**DIGITAL IMAGE**
GERMANY
RTRM61E
February 23, 1999
An employee of Berlin's Zoo displays two new born cotton-top Tamarin monkeys February 23. The two male...
Berlin, Germany
EMPLOYEE OF BERLIN'S ZOO DISPLAYS TWO NEW BORN COTTON-TOP TAMARIN MONKEYS.
An employee of Berlin's Zoo displays two new born cotton-top Tamarin monkeys February 23. The two male monkeys were born two weeks ago.

FAB/
MONKEYS
RTXHSN0
December 16, 1998
New South Wales Environment Minister Pam Allan feeds a mischievous squirrel monkey live worms at the...
Sydney, Australia
New South Wales Environment Minister Pam Allan feeds a mischievous squirrel monkey live worms at the.....
New South Wales Environment Minister Pam Allan feeds a mischievous squirrel monkey live worms at the opening of a new exhibit at Sydney's Taronga Zoo December 16. The new "Amazonia" is the home for four South American species, a Cotton Top Tamarins, two Emperor Tamarins, six Squirrel Monkeys and two alligators viewed through thin steel cables that are almost invisible against the water which enables visitors to get right up close the animals.
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MONKEYS
RTXHSMZ
December 16, 1998
A mischievous squirrel monkey crawls across the face of two-year-old Sidonie Allan at the opening of...
Sydney, Australia
A mischievous squirrel monkey crawls across the face of two-year-old Sidonie Allan at the opening of.....
A mischievous squirrel monkey crawls across the face of two-year-old Sidonie Allan at the opening of a new exhibit at Sydney's Taronga Zoo December 16. The new "Amazonia" is the home for four South American species, a Cotton Top Tamarins, two Emperor Tamarins, six Squirrel Monkeys and two alligators viewed through thin steel cables that are almost invisible against the water which enables visitors to get right up close the animals.
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AUSTRALIA
RTRKE6O
December 16, 1998
A mischievous squirrel monkey crawls across the face of two-year-old Sidonie Allan at the opening of...
Sydney, Australia
SIDONIE ALLAN WITH SQUIRREL MONKEY AT SYDNEY ZOO.
A mischievous squirrel monkey crawls across the face of two-year-old Sidonie Allan at the opening of a new exhibit at Sydney's Taronga Zoo December 16. The new "Amazonia" is the home for four South American species, a Cotton Top Tamarins, two Emperor Tamarins, six Squirrel Monkeys and two alligators viewed through thin steel cables that are almost invisible against the water which enables visitors to get right up close the animals.

MDB/DL/
AUSTRALIA
RTRKE4B
December 16, 1998
New South Wales Environment Minister Pam Allan feeds a mischievous squirrel monkey live worms at the...
Sydney, Australia
NSW ENVIRONMENT MINISTER PAM ALLAN WITH A SQUIRREL MONKEY AT SYDNEY ZOO.
New South Wales Environment Minister Pam Allan feeds a mischievous squirrel monkey live worms at the opening of a new exhibit at Sydney's Taronga Zoo December 16. The new "Amazonia" is the home for four South American species, a Cotton Top Tamarins, two Emperor Tamarins, six Squirrel Monkeys and two alligators viewed through thin steel cables that are almost invisible against the water which enables visitors to get right up close the animals.

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