Internal anatomy of a monkey

Internal anatomy of a monkey
Internal anatomy of a monkey: primate mammal that lives in trees. It has a hairless face, hands and a developed brain.
Encephalon: seat of the mental capacities of an ape.
Spinal column: important part of the nervous system.
Trachea: tube carrying air to the lungs.
Lung: respiratory organ of an ape.
Heart: blood-pumping organ.
Stomach: part of the digestive tract between the esophagus and the small intestine.
Colon: large intestine.
Bladder: pocket in which urine collects before it is evacuated.
Ureter: tube through which urine is evacuated.
Small intestine: last part of the digestive tract.
Liver: bile-producing digestive gland.
Esophagus: first part of the digestive tract.
Oral cavity: chamber of the mouth.
Nasal cavity: chamber of the nose.

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EN : Tamarin (small monkeys)
FR : les Tamarins
ES : Tamarino

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          (small monkeys)</font>

Many tamarin species typically have mustache-like facial hairs. Their body size ranges from 18 to 30 cm and they weigh from 220 to 900 grams. Tamarins differ from marmosets primarily in the fact that the lower canine teeth are clearly longer than the incisors.