Gremlins: Faces in the Forest
- 1998 ----- color ----- 56 min ----- vhs
(Nature (PBS) Series) Deep in the Amazon rainforest lives a family of tiny primates so mall that they fit in the palm of your hand. Outlandishly decorated with a wonderful variety of tassels, tufts, manes, and moustaches, they are a natural inspiration for make-believe creatures in films. These little monkeys live alongside an isolated tribe of forest people in Brazil, the Satare Maues Indians, and although the seclusion of both communities keeps their secrets from the outside world, they know each other well. In search of the golden with tassel ear marmoset, no one knew there was a new species of marmoset waiting, never before seen by the outside world.
- Topics: (Anthropology: Biological, Anthropology: Cultural, Biology, Primates, Zoology)