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Fri., Nov. 18, 2011, 6:20 a.m.

Online vote names NEW seven wonders of the world

A baby black howler monkey (Alouatta caraya) clings onto its mother's back on Thursday Jan. 29, 2009 in Singapore where it's national zoo is actively involved in the conservation and education of wildlife reserves. Despite its name, only males are black while females and juveniles are brown. Young males attain their black pelage upon maturity. This is the loudest animal in the New World and the largest monkey that lives in the South American rainforests.  (Wong Maye-e / AP)
A baby black howler monkey (Alouatta caraya) clings onto its mother's back on Thursday Jan. 29, 2009 in Singapore where it's national zoo is actively involved in the conservation and education of wildlife reserves. Despite its name, only males are black while females and juveniles are brown. Young males attain their black pelage upon maturity. This is the loudest animal in the New World and the largest monkey that lives in the South American rainforests. (Wong Maye-e / AP)

OUTDOOR TRAVEL -- A world-wide online pole has named a new list of seven wonders of the world.  Check it out and see if you agree. 

I'm thinking the people who voted on this have not been to the Grand Canyon.




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Rich Landers
Rich Landers joined The Spokesman-Review in 1977. He is the Outdoors editor for the Sports Department writing and photographing stories about hiking, hunting, fishing, boating, conservation, nature and wildlife and related topics.

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