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CNN Evening News for Friday, Feb 16, 2007
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(Brazil: Anderson Cooper) The endangered creatures of the Amazon rain forest of Brazil noted; scenes shown of the three-toed sloth.

(Brazil: Anderson Cooper, Jeff Corwin) The animals of the forest canopy featured; scenes shown from inside the forest of a slow-moving three-toed sloth that is part of an intensive study that may help them survive and a pie-faced tamarind††, a very endangered primate threatened by hunting and habitat loss.

(Brazil: Anderson Cooper; Studio: Kiran Chetry) The animals being observed by the University of Minaus program, the markings on the arms of the reporter and Corwin discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Corwin, Jeff;
Chetry, Kiran

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