Another day has gone at REFUGIO AMAZONAS
I had seem it so many time this Tailless Whip Scorpions working inTAMBOPATA national reserve .
known for their long, whiplike front legs. This species is not a member of the Scorpion family, but resemble liki it.
However the amazon rainforest surprised me when i saw this beauty creature and his camouflaged on a tree just perfect to hunt it prey
Camara borrowed by my passenger Paul bertner .
NIKON D5100/lens 55-200 mm.
The last few days, it has beem amazing for me.
To have to apportunity to be the guide of one of the best person and photographer (Paul Bertner ) that ever meet at home the amazon rain forest of TAMBOPATA walking every single day goin up and down looking most georgeous looking creatures the folks ever had seem from diferent prospect .
Like this JUMPING SPIDER at his office feeding a fly pleasant.
Red Howler Monkeys
Are one of several #primate species that make their home in the forests of #Tambopata . Not as active as other #monkeys , they tend to sit up in a favorite tree and feast on the surrounding leaves for long periods of time. This #monkey can be see from the on the way to differnt eco_lodge found at #tambopata#river Red Howler Monkeys:
Aptly named: The name of this primate species describes them well. They have reddish fur and like other species of howler monkeys, are quite vocal. They make a windy, roaring noise with a specially modified hyoid bone in the throat. The sound is so loud that it can carry for 20 miles! Howler monkeys.
are the loudest animal in the new world.
#Prehensile#tails for an arboreal lifestyle: Like many monkeys in the #Amazon#rainforest , #Red#Howlers have a prehensile tail used for grasping tree branches. This adaptation is used to keep them from falling to the forest floor.
While color vision in most New World monkeys is restricted to females, both sexes of Red Howler Monkeys have this adaptation.
Red Howler Monkeys usually live in a group of 10 to 15 individuals that includes a few males, several females, and young monkeys.
Vegetarian Howler monkeys are the only New World primates with a diet that mostly consists of leaves. They also eat nuts, some fruits, and occasionally take bird eggs.
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