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Red colobus are very selective of plant types and parts that form the principal components of their diet but they eat many species in the course of a single day. The proportions of fruits, seeds and young or old leaves are strongly influenced by local availability and by the feeding habits of other primates. Groups scatter to feed and can have a massive impact on the foliage of their food trees.
Jonathan Kingdon (b.1937), British

Rainforest Specialists, including; Red River Hog, Central African Red Colobus, Boehm's Squirrel, Chevratain, and Ogilby's Duicker

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Jonathan Kingdon (b.1937), British Rainforest Specialists, including; Red River Hog, Central African Red Colobus, Boehm's Squirrel, Chevratain, and Ogilby's Duicker pencil and watercolour 11½ x 15in. (29 x 38cm.) Five in the lot (5)
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