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雨林中的传奇Spirits Of The Rainforest07

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http://liveglish.siteem.com/tvshow07

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Dr. Carol Mitchel, a zoologist
from Southern California,

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has been studying monkeys
in Manu's rainforest

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for the last 12 years.

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Carol's studies reveal that

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even though there are native
people living within the park,

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their bow and arrow technology

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has had little effect
on its wildlife.

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People and animals in Manu
live in ecological balance.

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Manu, Manu has this very sort
of mystical feeling behind it,

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it's as though this is the place

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where people
can go to recapture

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what the first explorers
in the Amazon felt and saw.

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From the moment

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Carol stepped into
Manu's rainforest

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and saw her first monkey troop

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she knew that this was
the place she belonged.

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"I actually had always wanted
to study monkeys.

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And I was always intrigued
by tropical forest.

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And in tropical forest you find

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the greatest diversity
of animal species."

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Carol works with a Peruvian
assistant, Abram Huaman.

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"Wait, wait, Look, there's
something moving up there."

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The Tamandua,
or Collared Anteater,

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spends most of its life up
in the rainforest canopy.

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Although uncommonly seen,

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anteaters and even rarer animals
often appear unexpectedly

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along Manu's jungle trails.

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While there are 13 monkeys
species in Manu,

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Carol spent more than
two years following

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a single troop of
70 Squirrel Monkeys.

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"The Machiguenga call
the squirrel monkey 'Seegaree'

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which is quite good,

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most many Machiguenga
words sound

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like the animal
that they describe

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and 'seegaree' is very good
for squirrel monkeys

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because they're very chattery."

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"I hear squirrel monkeys"

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"Sounds like they're
dropping something."

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"There they are
in a palm nut tree

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is that a Sheelia palm?"

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"And they're with capuchins.

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The squirrel monkeys join up
in the forest

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and forage together with
capuchin monkeys quite often.

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Capuchins are the only animal

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which can open up the initial
part of the palm cluster,

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and the squirrel monkeys
hang around underneath

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and pick up nuts

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which are half eaten
by the capuchins."

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Palm nuts are
an important resource,

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full of oil and calories.

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By scavenging behind
the more powerful Capuchins,

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Squirrel Monkeys gain access
to a richer variety of foods.

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"It was very easy
to feel as though

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I was a member of
a mixed-species troop.

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The squirrel monkeys
go so often in company

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with the two capuchin species

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that I think having one
other strange looking primate

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was not too strange for them."

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After a few months,

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her monkey troop hardly seemed
to notice her.

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"I was sort of treated as
another kind of large terrestrial

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and very clumsy primate.

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They were very aware of the fact
that I could not climb trees."

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To explore the extent
of their territories,

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Carol decided
she needed to trap

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and radio collar certain
squirrel monkeys.

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The perfect lure,
it turned out was the banana.

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"A banana is a huge, very soft,
piece of sweet fruit

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and very unlike anything
they get in the forest.

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And so a banana is like a
gigantic chocolate bar to them."

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Brown Capuchins are the classic,
"organ grinder" monkeys

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that people have seen
all over the world.

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The cleverest of
South America's primates,

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it didn't take long

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before they began to
pit their brain power