We saw a few more birds; there were fresh tapir and paca tracks at one point where we landed; once we heard howler monkeys from the depth of the forest, and once we saw a big otter in midstream.
I also thought I heard the asthmatic, territorial roar of a gianthowler monkey, the lord of the upper jungle.
A pack ofhowler monkeys was cavorting up and down the steps on my left, like circus Harlequins in electric red-and-blue suits, doing pratfalls and huffing as they flew through the air and tumbled one over another.
He called Scraggs on thehowler and explained the situation.
Instantly the engineer dropped back into the engine room and set the Maggie full speed astern; then he grasped the howler and held it to his ear.
Instantly a chorus of shrieks up on the fo'castle head attracted his attention to such a degree that he failed to hear the engine room howler as Mr. Gibney blew frantically into it.
A troop of red howlermonkeys were hopping from one high tree to another, sometimes hanging on to branches only by their tails.
Their captors were in a hurry because all the while, the cries of the howler monkeys were becoming louder.
Footnote 178: Rütimeyer has found a fossil howlerin the Swiss Jura--middle cocene.
On the west coast of South America there are at least three or four species of monkeys, among them a black howler and a Cebus capucinus.
Like the spider monkeys, they live entirely in trees, making good use of their long tails as they move about from branch to branch; indeed, the tail serves the howler for another hand.
They were considerably larger than any we had seen; indeed, the howler is the largest monkey in the New World.
Usually thehowler is detached by the switch hook during conversation from a station.
The howleris cut off and the receiver is short-circuited by the same operation of the key.
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