SINCE WE ALWAYS HAVE NEW MEMBERS - HERE ARE THE RULES - YOU CAN ONLY GUESS 1X BEFORE NYACK COMES BACK WITH THE ANSWERS AS TO WHICH LETTERS ARE CORRECT.
HOWEVER IF YOU REALLY THINK YOU KNOW THE ANSWER - YOU CAN GUESS - BUT PLEASE DON'T GUESS UNLESS YOU ARE PRETTY SURE - IT MESSES THINGS UP IF YOU GUESS PART OF IT AND NOT ALL OF IT - THEN I NEVER KNEW WHAT LETTERS TO TAKE OFF ETC. HOPE THAT MAKES SENSE!
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R please Nyack.
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OOOooo!! Not too late!! Happy Mommy Day everybody!! Could I please have...a T?
Happy Mother's Day!
R, E, T
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Hello there guys! And a very Happy Mother's Day to all of you as well!
Umm -- Hows about a "A"??
Yes - Happy Mother's Day even if you don't celebrate it on this date.
Happy Mother's Day!
R, E, T, A, O
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Goodness Nyack, good one...I can't figure this one out at all!
Marmoset....good one Nyack!
Cher - 3 hours ago - thepetitionsite.com
Marmosets (pronounced /ˈmɑrmɵsɛt/) are the 22 New World monkey species of the genera Callithrix, Cebuella, Callibella, and Mico. All four genera are part of the biological family Callitrichidae. The term marmoset is also used in reference to the Goeldi's Monkey, Callimico goeldii, which is closely related.
Most marmosets are about 20 centimetres (8 in) long. Relative to other monkeys, they show some apparently primitive features: they have claws rather than nails, and tactile hairs on their wrists. They lack wisdom teeth, and their brain layout seems to be relatively primitive. Their body temperature is unusually variable, changing by up to 4 °C (7 °F) in a day. Marmosets are native to South America and have been found in Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay and Peru.
Marmosets are highly active, living in the upper canopy of forest trees, and feeding on insects, fruit and leaves. They have long lower incisors, which allow them to chew holes in tree trunks and branches to harvest the gum inside; some species are specialised feeders on gum.
Marmosets live in family groups of three to 15, consisting of one to two breeding females, an unrelated male, their offspring and occasionally extended family members and unrelated individuals. Their mating systems are highly variable and can include monogamy, polygyny and occasionally polyandry. In most species, fraternal twins are usually born, but triplets are not unknown. Like other callitrichines, marmosets are characterized by a high degree of cooperative care of the young and some food sharing and tolerated theft. Adult males, females other than the mother, and older offspring participate in carrying infants. Most groups scent mark and defend the edges of their ranges, but it is unclear if they are truly territorial, as group home ranges greatly overlap.
- Genus Callithrix—Atlantic marmosets
- Genus Mico—Amazonian marmosets
- Rio Acari marmoset, Mico acariensis
- Manicore marmoset, Mico manicorensis
- Silvery marmoset, Mico argentata
- White marmoset, Mico leucippe
- Emilia's marmoset, Mico emiliae
- Black-headed marmoset, Mico nigriceps
- Marca's marmoset, Mico marcai
- Black-tailed marmoset, Mico melanura
- Santarem marmoset, Mico humeralifera
- Maués marmoset, Mico mauesi
- Gold-and-white marmoset, Mico chrysoleuca
- Hershkovitz's marmoset, Mico intermedia
- Satéré marmoset, Mico saterei
- Rondon's marmoset, Mico rondoni
- Genus Callibella—Roosmalens' dwarf marmoset
- Roosmalens' dwarf marmoset, Callibella humilis
- Genus Cebuella—Pygmy Marmoset
- Pygmy marmoset, Cebuella pygmaea
Congratulations Brenda! Petition signed already! Cute little things...they need to stop testing on them!
Thanks Mm.....so do you!
Thanks Nyack. They are so cute...petition signed.
Petition Signed. Thanks Nyack. Well done Brenda
Congratulations Brenda Info noted and petition signed Nyack... such a cute little creature...Thanx ) ) )