Brazil yellow fever 'kills hundreds of monkeys' Sidney garcia

Yellow fever has killed over 600 monkeys and many humans as well. Not only that but we are at a risk of losing other South American animals. Masked titis and brown howlers are falling out of trees dying. Slowly the numbers add up, one by one everyday. What once was a rain forest like an orchestra is now a silent library. You start to hear the howls and grunts descend over time. It's sad to hear we our losing animals that play a major roll in the animal kingdom. Of course we can't instantly stop yellow fever but we can get the word out. Not many people know about this outbreak which hides it. If we can let many communities know about this as we can we'd be one step closer to ending it.

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