Central American Squirrel

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White-headed Capuchin - Behavior - Interspecific Interactions
... Although South American capuchin species often travel with and feed together with squirrel monkeys, the white-headed capuchin only rarely associates with the Central American squirrel monkey ... patchier, more dispersed distribution of food resources in Central America and the fact that there is less dietary overlap between the Central American squirrel monkey and ... Therefore, there is less benefit to the Central American squirrel monkey in associating with the white-headed capuchin in order to exploit the capuchin's ...
List Of Central American Monkey Species
... At least seven monkey species are native to Central America ... Taxonomically, all Central American monkey species are classified as New World monkeys, and they belong to four families ... the family that includes the capuchin monkeys and squirrel monkeys ...
9-1-1 - History
... When North American cities and towns began to convert to rotary dial or "automatic" telephone service, many people were concerned about the loss of the personalized service that had been provided by local operators ... The first city in North America to use a central emergency number (in 1959) was the Canadian city of Winnipeg, Manitoba, which instituted the change ... In the United States, the push for the development of a nationwide American emergency telephone number came in 1957 when the National Association of Fire ...
Central American Squirrel Monkey - Behavior - Predators
... Predators of the Central American squirrel monkey include birds of prey, cats and snakes ... Constricting and venomous snakes both prey on squirrel monkeys ... Raptors are particularly effective predators of Central American squirrel monkeys ...

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