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I took out mention of the Cameroonian population, which is now Preuss's Monkey. I was using an outdated source when I wrote it. The other parts about its distribution were also probably dated. --Chroniclev (talk) 04:31, 19 June 2008 (UTC)
The L’Hoest’s monkey article is listed as a “C” article with mid importance. There is no actual photograph, only an artist rendition. The content is sparse, and the categories are limited to taxonomy, population, behavior, and physical characteristics. The behavior category has the most information, and includes subcategories of breeding and diet. There are brief statements on group living, communication, and activity patterns. If sufficient data is available, the section and article can be improved significantly. It appears that the article was started, but not fully finished. This speculation is validated by the fact that there is one comment in talk section that was made in 2008. Further, the article has only been edited six times since its creation, with the most recent edit occurring in April of 2011. The limiting factor to the article will be the data available on the L’Hoest monkey. Katims90 (talk) 19:50, 25 September 2012 (UTC)