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The white-faced monkey, also known as the capuchin, is an essential species in Costa Rica's rainforest. But cutting down trees is becoming a bigger problem for the future of this species. Because of these things
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The fact that monkeys live there shows that the environment is healthy, and that Costa Rica's lush, animal-filled landscapes are beautiful. But these cute primates' environments are getting more and more broken up because of things people do, like building cities and cutting down trees. Creating and maintaining biological corridors are now important ways to protect Costa Rica's monkey population for the future. We need to understand how important these corridors are for the survival ...
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