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One of the least known primates in Africa, the endemic, small, white-chested Bale Mountains vervet (Chlorocebus djamdjamensis) is found in the bamboo forests of the Bale Mountains due to its dietary preference for bamboo. The extremely shy Bale Mountains vervet has much longer, thicker fur than other species and its fur is darker brown. It has dark grey hands and feet and white beards and there is only a faint white brow band in this species. Its habitat is restricted to the Bale Mountains region and surrounding highland areas east of the central Rift Valley.
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