All Professionally Made to Order for Quick Shipping
The captivating Red Howler Monkey (Alouatta seniculus) is a sight to behold. With its vibrant red fur and piercing black eyes, it stands out among the trees of Northern Colombia. In one image, we see a mother and baby perched on a tree branch, showcasing the strong bond between them. Another picture captures an adult male in the village of San Francisco, displaying its dominance with an aggressive stance. This species is known for its distinctive howling calls that can be heard echoing through the forests. Even in captivity, their powerful voices resonate as they express themselves digitally modified or not. Hanging effortlessly by their non-prehensile tails, these agile creatures demonstrate their incredible adaptability. In Peru's Tambopata Nature Reserve, we witness these monkeys indulging in unique behaviors, and are seen eating clay at a clay lick—a behavior believed to provide essential minerals lacking in their diet. The reserve also offers glimpses of these magnificent animals against lush green backgrounds. Whether observed in Puerto Maldonado or Loreto, Alouatta seniculus never fails to captivate us with its striking appearance and intriguing behaviors. This species serves as a reminder of the diverse wildlife found within South America's rich ecosystems. Illustration: Aggressive male Red Howler Monkey (Alouatta Seniculus) Location: San Miguel Cao, Loreto - Peru Photographer: Unknown Image Credits: 1) Mother and baby monkey - Location: Northern Colombia 2) Captive howling monkey - Location: Unknown 3) Adult male monkey - Location: Village of San Francisco 4) Clay-eating monkey - Location.