New Monkey Species Discovered In DR Congo Forest

Publisher:
Newsy Science
Publication Date:
13 September 2012
Tags:
Congo-Kinshasa

Scientists discovered a new species of monkey in Africa for the first time in 28 years. The monkey is native to the Congo forest.


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New Monkey Identified in DR Congo

The scientific identification of the new species, deep in central Congo's Lomami forest basin, is the first of its kind in 28 years and has caused waves in an age where much of the ... Read more »

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