The Habitat Views video considers ways of looking at dioramas today, and documents the creation of several new displays. Take a look over on our YouTube channel >
Module - Diorama - Habitat Views Video
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Ever wonder who made the dioramas in our mammal halls? Read all about the artists who created these wonderful scenes. Learn more >
Module - Recreating Nature Indoors
The guereza or black and white colobus is diurnal and lives in the uppermost branches of tropical forests and woodlands. Its thumb is greatly reduced.
This monkey has very distinctive markings and its pelt is much prized for headdresses and costumes.
Lowland to montane forest but also riverine galleries
Declining outside East Africa
Mostly leaves; some fruit and insects
Further information about this species may be found on the Animal Diversity Web page for guereza.
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