Red Capped Mangabeys in Cameroon

Photo | 7 August, 2013

In addition to chimpanzees, the study found other threatened mammals living in this forest. This includes other rare primates such as the vulnerable red-capped mangabey, the endangered drill and the critically endangered Preuss’s red colobus monkey. Forest elephants were also found, as were a number of fish species that are endemic to the region. Red Capped Mangabey photographed at the Mefou National Park in Cameroon.

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