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Noropithecus is an extinct Old World monkey uncovered from the Early Miocene formations of Buluk, Kenya. It is known from a fragment of a right mandible. It is believed to have been arboreal and omnivorous.

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  • Noropithecus is an extinct Old World monkey uncovered from the Early Miocene formations of Buluk, Kenya. It is known from a fragment of a right mandible. It is believed to have been arboreal and omnivorous. (en)
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  • Miller et al. 2009 (en)
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  • Noropithecus (en)
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  • Noropithecus bulukensis (en)
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  • Miller et al. 2009 (en)
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  • Noropithecus is an extinct Old World monkey uncovered from the Early Miocene formations of Buluk, Kenya. It is known from a fragment of a right mandible. It is believed to have been arboreal and omnivorous. (en)
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