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The Udzungwa Mountains are one of the most important areas in Africa for primate diversity and conservation, with two endemic monkeys (Udzungwa red colobus Procolobus gordonorum and Sanje mangabey Cercocebus [galeritus] sanjei), and the near-endemic kipunji monkey Rungwecebus kipunji, a new genus and species discovered in 2004 and found in Udzungwa and Southern Highlands. With six species of galagos, or bushbabies, the area is also of exceptional importance for nocturnal primates. The form ofpmid:19663171 fatcat:lrvc5tszhbc45kmfjhqz467jsi