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  • 8 Vaughan, T.; Ryan, J.; Czaplewski, N. (2011). "Chapter 12: Primates". Mammalogy (5th ed.). Jones Vaughan, Ryan & Czaplewski 2011, Bartlett Learning. ISBN 978-0-7637-6299-5. pp. 170–171.
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