This is another stupid cheaty ‘I aten’t dead’ squeaking-in-under-the-wire post. (So many? So soon? [So predictably? - Ed]).
So, marmosets. What can I say about marmosets? Off the top of my head, they amazingly cute creatures of the monkey family, from, I think, South America, and unlike other primates, they have no wisdom teeth. But some do have the most fantastic whiskers. [I think you'll find the ones with the whiskers are tamarins. Marmosets have ridiculous ear-muffs instead. Carry on]. The females almost always give birth to twins. They live up trees [yes. Monkeys tend to] and they’re not at all keen on monogamy [Is any primate?]. They eat insects and chew through bark to drink the tree-sap. Um. [Flagging, aren't we?]. They are none of them very large. [That was more than usually bottom-of-barrel].
Anything else I’d have to look up.
There. Marmosets. Just for the Singing Librarian.
[We really must get around to reinstating the blog-roll. By 'we' I mean 'Reed'.]