A rare tamarin with a golden or black and golden coat and an erect mane, found only in Brazil.
- ‘To photograph the black-faced lion tamarin, one of the world's rarest and most elusive primates, I went to the Atlantic coast rainforest of Parana State in southern Brazil.’
- ‘The golden lion tamarin and the black lion tamarin, for example, have benefited from efforts for their protection by the Brazilian government.’
- ‘An endangered monkey, the golden-headed lion tamarin, had already been spotted in the same habitat.’
- ‘Many of the species, such as the black-faced lion tamarin of Brazil, were only recently discovered and have dangerously small populations.’
- ‘The exhibit will highlight the jaguar but also will feature golden lion tamarins, tapirs, anteaters and other animals.’
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