The Manicore marmoset (Mico manicorensis) is a marmosetspecies endemic to Brazil. It was discovered less than 200 miles from Manaus, near the Madeira River. Its body is light grey, with orange legs, a black tail, a pinkish face, and naked ears. It is about 9 inches long, excluding the tail, and it has a 15-inch long tail. It weighs about 12 ounces.
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