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Endangered monkeys in residence at Liberty Science Center in Jersey City
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During the summer, Mazzanti and Annie moved to Jersey City with their twin daughters. They've settled into a sweet pad with a panoramic view of the New York skyline.

The family lives amid a mélange of greenery. They eat organic produce, socialize via Skype and spend lots of time with a personal trainer.

These new residents aren't hipsters. They're cotton-top tamarins, endangered monkeys adopted by the Liberty Science Center. The chipmunk-sized primates have wild white hair that frames their tiny faces, hence the "cotton-top" moniker.

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Posted on: 2013/10/8 11:03

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