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August 18, 2005 
-PHOTO TAKEN 17AUG05- A spider monkey named Mikaela and her baby rest in Bolivia's Machia Park in Villa... 
Villa Tunari, Bolivia 
-PHOTO TAKEN 17AUG05- A spider monkey named Mikaela and her baby rest in Bolivia's Machia Park in Vi..... 
-PHOTO TAKEN 17AUG05- A spider monkey named Mikaela and her baby rest in Bolivia's Machia Park in Villa Tunari in the Bolivian Amazon jungle, 520 km (323 miles) southeast of La Paz, August 17, 2005. The 38-hectare park, created in 1992, is now home to nearly 1,000 animal inhabitants, all rescued from captivity. It has become a popular for many foreigners traveling through Bolivia, with dozens of Europeans, Israelis and Bolivians working together for several weeks in close contact with the animals. These volunteers consider the experience therapeutic for both the animals and themselves, and aim to readapt the animals back into their natural habitat and eventually release them to the wild. Picture taken August 17, 2005. 
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