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Young howler monkey imitating its mother
In general, howler monkeys have only one young per litter. The newborn is completely dependant on its mother, on whose stomach it clings to for several months, before going onto its mothers back. Then it progressively learns how to eat by itself, imitating their mother, and to move on the branches using their prehensile tail.
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