A young pygmy tamarind clings to a branch in a zoo in Amneville, eastern France.  Picture: JEAN-CHRISTOPHE VERHAEGEN/AFP/GettyImages

A young pygmy tamarind clings to a branch in a zoo in Amneville, eastern France.  Picture: JEAN-CHRISTOPHE VERHAEGEN/AFP/GettyImages

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    A tamarind is a tree. A tamarin is a tiny monkey closely related to, but not the same as, a marmoset. This is a pygmy...
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    i want to pet this guy even though he looks like he is wearing a creep ski mask.
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