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Do white-throated capuchins live in eucalyptus forests?

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2007-07-04 02:16:05
2007-07-04 02:16:05

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No if you are talking about naturally occurring Eucalyptus forests. These grow in Australia which is not where the Capuchins live . They inhabit forests of Central and South America. Eucalptus however is introduced to a number of parts of the world and I do not know if the Capuchins live in those.

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