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Quelques observations sur les grands mammifères du parc national de Tai (Cote d’Ivoire)

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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2042/58608
Title: Quelques observations sur les grands mammifères du parc national de Tai (Cote d’Ivoire)
Author: Monfort, A.; Monfort, N.
Abstract: The Taï forest in Western Ivory Coast is the last sizeable refuge of a number of endemic Western African mammals, three of which being on the IUCN list of endangered species. Ten species of primates have so far been observed in this area : 2 prosimians, 3 species of guenons (Cercopithecus) , 3 spe cies of Colobus monkeys, one mangabey (Cercocebus) and the Chimpanzee. The Diana monkey is the most frequently observed species of guenons ; it often forms mixed troops with red, and black and white, colobus monkeys. Fifteen species of ungulates have been recorded, including pigmy hippopotamus, zebra duiker, Jenkink’s duiker and five other species of genus Cephalophus.
Publisher: Société nationale de protection de la nature et d'acclimatation de France, Paris (FRA)
Date: 1973

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