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RMRFPW68–. Cassell's natural history. Animals; Animal behavior. 168 NATURAL muTOST. ITierefore, writes a recent author, if fresh food is required, it is best to kill a Lagothrix (see page 171) in the Peruvian valleys, as hung meat soon becomes tainted. The Golden Howler, nevertheless, furnishes the principal animal food to the inhabitants of the banks of some of the rivers entering the Peruvian Amazon. They keep to the low lands and shores of the riers. and are found moving from jilace to place in pairs. The head of this and all other Howlei-s has a large black face, and a high receding forehead; the