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Threatened Species of Nicaragua (2008)

cebus capucinus

The International Union of the Conservation of Nature has released version 3.1 of its threatened species list for 2008.  The range is from the least concerned to the critically endangered, and we have been inclusive of various habitats due to our proximity to varied habitats and our plans to create wetlands and freshwater pools in our lowland dry tropical forests.

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