Zoologists have described the first new genus of African monkey in 83 years. The new species, named Rungwecebus kipunji, is so different from other monkeys that a new grouping had to be specially created, Register reports.
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One of the newfound Rungwecebus kipunji monkeys is shown in
There probably are no more than 500 kipunji left in the wild, and if the population drops much further, the monkeys could experience disastrous inbreeding and spiral to extinction, according to Chicago Sun-Times.
Kipunji is a "true conservation celebrity," said Wildlife Conservation Society conservationist Tim Davenport, lead author of the report.
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