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More howler monkey microbes!

Mantled howler monkeys and black howler monkeys have distinct gut microbiota that appear to respond to variation in habitat (likely via changes in host diet) differently. This is despite the fact that these two howler monkey species are very closely related and have similar ecology. Check it out here.

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