Venezuelan Red Howler

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Venezuelan Red Howler

Venezuelan Red HowlerOriginal.jpg

Character Data
Also known as: Howler Monkey, Red Howler Monkey
Japanese Name: アカホエザル
Romanised Name: Akahoezaru
First Featured in: Kemono Friends (2015 Game)
Animal Data
Scientific Name: Alouatta seniculus
Distribution: South America
Diet: Herbivore
Average Lifespan in the Wild: 20 years
Read More: Venezuelan red howler
Conservation Status: Status iucn3.1 LC.svg.png
Venezuelan Red Howler Nexon Game

Venezuelan Red Howler is a type of Friend that appeared in the original Kemono Friends mobile game.

Appearance

Venezuelan Red Howler has red eyes, and wears make up that includes purple eyeliner, slight pink blush and pink lipstick. She has shoulder length scarlet red hair, a pair of black pointy monkey ears and a long red tail that fits her species. She wears a fur collar with a short qipao dress that is orange red on the middle and wine red at the borders, with traditional white ornaments and a cut out on the bottom left and right side of it. She has long red gloves with gray fur cuffs, the glove fading into a wine red color when it reaches the hands, and changing into a gray color on the palm and fingertips. She has red thigh highs that follows a similar color pattern as her gloves, and dark wine red plump shoes.

In Real Life

Red Howler performing its powerful howl

Venezuelan Red Howlers can be found across the northern half of South America, mainly in Ecuador, Peru, Brazil, Colombia y Venezuela. Those monkeys have a deep reddish-brown color, are about 45 - 75 cm in size and have a long, prehensile tail of approximately 49 - 72 cm. Their most characteristic feature is their deep jaw which contains a resonating chamber that allows them to produce their howls, which can be heard at distances of 1-2 km.

Venezuelan Red Howlers live in forest and rainforests, and as they don't have any particular feeding needs, the range of forest where they can live is very large and variated. They are folivorous, mainly eating leaves or sugary fruits and flowers when these are available. Red howlers don't get as many nutrients and sugar from their food choice, their extremely deep lower jaw bones aid red howlers in chewing, and they spend most of their time eating and resting. They are known for their loud howl that they perform to let other red howlers know about their location, avoiding an energetically costly fight for resources.

Due to an unbalanced sex ratio, Venezuelan Red Howlers have a fierce sexual competition between troops.Males are expelled from their natal troop upon reaching sexual maturity, and must invade an outside group and gain admittance. Those monkeys live in troops of around 10 individuals, usually having one or two dominant males in their group. Other particular trait of red howlers is that males and females often show seductive behaviors, where one of the two, usually the female, attempts to attract their partner by moving their tongue rhythmically.

References

http://animaldiversity.org/accounts/Alouatta_seniculus/

http://www.iucnredlist.org/details/922/0

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