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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #106199: Geladas and verbs
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    I in the zoo when an animal drew my attention. The staff who took care of these Geladas asked me : ' such an animal?' He added : 'do you any information?' It is amazing ? It is called Gelada, closer to a chimpanzee than a baboon. Before living essentially in a zoo, this robust gelada on the highlands of Ethiopia. The male up to 20 kilos. It a dark lengthened face with a short muzzle. It from its pale eyelids, and its short tail which ends in a surprising tuft of white hair. Look at its fangs. Despite its two terrifying fangs, it is a rather peaceful monkey that essentially on grass, flowers, roots and fruit. However if by any chance it for dear life, it even against a jaguar. If you watch carefully the Gelada’s picture it to see on its back an impressive heavy cape of hair and a pink patch which embellishes its chest. In past centuries, Geladas males by indigenous
    who their manes for their ceremonial dresses. Now it is time you information of utmost importance. A study published by Thore Bergman (researcher at Michigan University) this prodigious information. He said to his readers: Most of primates the vocal anatomy to produce sophisticated sounds. He added. It is not the case of the Gélada. It a wide range of singing sounds more complex than those emitted by the other primates. And the scientist affirmed: these singing noises the primitive sounds that ancestors made.







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