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The Pygmy Marmoset is the smallest living monkey. Its head and body length varies from 14 to 16 centimeters and its tail length varies from 15 to 20 centimeters and the adult weight is around 85-140 grams. 

Pygmy Marmosets and Emperor Tamarins share many characteristics that are unusual for monkeys. They are small, squirrel-like and monogamous. Males and females are similar in appearance. Females usually have twins instead of single births. And the fathers provide extensive care for their young. 

Its tawny coat is sprinkled with gray and its tail is ringed. Long hairs on its head and cheeks form a mane that hides its ears. Its claws and small size allow it to cling to vertical trunks and branches. For food, it regularly gouges oval-shaped one-inch holes into trees and consumes the tree’s gums and saps. Spiders and insects are also important in their diet. And when they get sick of those tasty meals, they occasionally eat fruits.

You can find the Pygmy Marmoset in Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Bolivia and Brazil.

Like its celebrity look-a-like, the Pygmy Marmoset uses its facial expressions and high-pitched vocalizations to communicate. 

Kate Hudson

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Hey Girl Hey!

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I see you eyeing my morning wood!
The Eurasian Beaver is the largest European rodent and has a lot of the same habits and appearances of the American Beaver. But they are in fact different. The two species aren’t even genetically compatible. North American beavers have 40 chromosomes while Eurasian beavers have 48. Eurasian Beavers also tend to have less rounded heads, longer, narrower muzzles, shorter, less oval-shaped tails, and their anal glands are larger and thin-walled with a large internal volume … incase you’re into that kind of stuff. 

They are now only found in parts of Scandinavia, Poland, France, Southern Germany, Austria and Russia.

They feed on bark and twigs in the winter and on all kinds of vegetation in summer. 

Like its celebrity look-a-like, the Eurasian Beaver is a monogamous mammal. However, there have been some cases where males sleep around and mate with females other than their partners.

Jon, don't make that mistake.

Jon Heder

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No, no one has ever told me I have beaver teeth.

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I let my nose lead the way.
The Mountain Tapir might look like a strange pig with a trunk, but this ancient animal is actually related to the horse and rhinoceros. 

The Mountain Tapir is the smallest and furriest of the four tapir species. Its color is brownish to black with long hair and a white line around the lips.


It is one of the most endangered large mammals in the world. The primary threats to the mountain tapir are warfare and habitat loss due to poppy farming and the growth of ranching and agriculture in the Andean region.

The Mountain Tapir feeds on leaves, twigs and fruits in Andean forests and páramos. The tapirs are important seed dispersers and a key component for the maintenance of the structure and composition of forests in South America.

They are solitary and their activity is mainly between the first hours of dusk and first hours in sunrise. They are more active in low temperatures than on warm days. Like other tapir species they are comfortable in water and can swim. They also have a very developed sense of smell.

Like its celebrity look-a-like, the Mountain Tapir has a large extended nose and upper lip that it uses to pluck "tasty fruit." 

The Halle Berry is a favorite. 

Adrien Brody

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Maybe my hand will distract people from my nose.

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