(Picture by Daniel Bensen)
    A secretive denizen of the the Amazon Rainforest, the blue-faced fruit arbro (Pacifonyx minimus) the smallest known representative of its genus.  Weighing a mere 2 kilograms, the fruit-arb avoids the competition of fruit-eating birds by living in the densly-packed lower stories of the rainforest, where the birds cannot fly.
                                                                                                     (Text by Daniel Bensen)
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