Two cases of polydactyly in wild brown howler monkeys (Alouatta guariba clamitans)

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Abstract

We report the first two cases of polydactyly in an atelid species: (i) a wild ca. 16-week-old infant female presenting seven digits in both feet and other bone malformations and (ii) a wild newborn male presenting six digits in both feet with the extra digit fused to the hallux.

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