Definition of "tamarins" [tamarins]

  • (noun) Plural form of tamarin.

Use "tamarins" in a sentence

  • "From a newborn gorilla and unusually adorable baby twin tamarins to wrestling tiger cubs and even a bucket full of kittens, unwind and appreciate the splendor of nature once you've had your fill of ghouls and ghosts."
  • "Although keeping many small monkey species, such as tamarins or squirrel monkeys, as a pet do not require licences, capuchins are covered by the Dangerous Wild Animals Act. This legislation requires the animals to be licensed and to be examined by a vet once a year."
  • "Mammals found only here or in few other Amazonian regions include primates such as tamarins (Saguinus midas), squirrel monkeys (Saimiri ustus), endangered titi monkeys (Callicebus moloch), marmosets (Callithrix argentatado), a number of rodents such as Coendou koopmani, Myoprocta acouchy, and arboreal rats (Echimys chrysurus and E. grandis), savanna foxes (Cerdocyon thous), and many bats."

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