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M. J. S. Harrison, 1988
The sun-tailed monkey (Cercopithecus solatus) from Gabon is one of the least studied primates (excluding humans) in its habitat.  Sun-Tailed monkeys prefer areas with lots of shade and dense vegetation. They remain common after light logging, perhaps because dense undergrowth increases. Much of their diet remains unknown and it is still being studied, but they do prefer to eat fruit. Their social groups are made up of one male and multiple females .
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