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Golden Lion Tamarin : Stock Photo
Golden Lion are critically endangered. Surveys from as recent as 1995 suggest that there may only be at most 400 Golden Lion Tamarins left in the wild in Brazil because of loss of habitat. This image was taken at a breeding conservatory in Florida.

Golden Lion Tamarin

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Golden Lion are critically endangered. Surveys from as recent as 1995 suggest that there may only be at most 400 Golden Lion Tamarins left in the wild in Brazil because of loss of habitat. This image was taken at a breeding conservatory in Florida.
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164931740
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Melinda Moore
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Moment
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4,230 x 4,230 px (14.10 x 14.10 in) - 300 dpi - 11 MB
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