Black-mantled Tamarin is a species of tamarin from the northwestern
Amazon in far western Brazil, southeastern Colombia and northeastern
Peru where they mainly eats insects, leaves, and fruit. They are
15–28 cm in length and their tail length is 27–42 cm. Family groups
consisting of a male, a female and 1 or 2 young live in a defined
territory - the female marks branches on the boundaries of the territory
with secretions of her anal glands and urine. The female gives birth
to 2 young after a gestation of 140 to 150 days. They are listed
as Least Concern due to its adaptability to disturbed habitats,
presumed large populations, and occurrence in a number of protected
areas. It is not believed to be declining at a rate sufficient to
qualify for a threatened category. Although they were captured for
export for biomedical research in the 60s and 70s, they are still
Woman in a Cadillac
tries to run over
she claims is
a serial philanderer
and misses by inches.
She puts the car
and roars over
out for a walk
with his mistress.
The man dies
at the scene.
No word on whether
charges will be filed
or whether the widow
will testify on behalf
of the driver.
The women say
in a long-term
were aware of.
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