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Red colobus monkeys on the island of Zanzibar, for instance, have been observed eating charcoal to counteract toxic substances in their diets.
The park is home to 70 mammal species, from bush pigs and forest antelopes to red colobus monkeys and a dozen other species of primates.
Black-and-white colobus monkeys leapt from branches of fig trees.
Outside the temporary huts were poles hung with leopard skin cloaks and ostrich plume hats for men, and colobus monkey capes for women.
In a grove of magnificent Acacia sieberiana—flat-topped, bowl-shaped, with tiers of vegetation on wavy branches, like a Chinese painting—sat a lone black-and-white colobus monkey.
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