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Brazil Conservation des Especes et de Populations des Animals (CEPA) 5.000 2009 - 2010

Yellow-breasted capuchins are among the top 25 most endangered monkey species in the world.

Fortunately, the Conservation des Especes et de Populations des Animals (CEPA) is working on behalf of these monkeys by conducting research and building connecting roads. Many capuchin monkeys live in areas where the forests have all become islands among all the agricultural land. This need not be a problem as long as there are connecting roads between the islands (in the form of rope bridges), so that highways can be crossed easily and safely by the monkeys.

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