Sao Paulo. This black and white picture hides the grime of the city nicely. I spent most of my time in this city running from bus station to bus station or from bus station to airport... so I don't have many good memories about it. I did cry when I left it for Lima, Peru, though because it meant I was going home! I left my heart in Brasil.
Geoldi's Marmoset (Goeldi's monkey or a callimico) is native to the upper Amazon Basin regions of Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador & Peru. A new world monkey they are usually black or dark-brown in color, with occasional red, white, or silver highlights on the head and tail. They have lengths 20 and 23 centimeters, and tails of about 25-30 centimeters. Considered vulnerable for extinction, this monkey is quite rare, and is often unseen because of its habit of foraging in dense undergrowth.