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Baby Pygmy Marmosets

Baby Pygmy Marmosets are considered the smallest monkeys in the world. Their body weight averages approximately 4 ounces and they are about 5 inches tall, not measuring the tail. They primarily reside in the Amazon rain forests of Colombia, Ecuador, Bolivia, Peru & Brazil. They live high up in the trees and are able jump more than 16 ft. They eat the sap and gum of trees but also prefer insects and grasshoppers.

Spider Monkey

Spider Monkeys are known as the "trapeze artists" of the animal kingdom. They spend much of their time swinging from trees high above the jungle floor. They primarily reside in Mexico, Central America, and Northwestern Colombia, where they live in groups of up to 30. Their average weight is 12 to 20 pounds and grow to about 19-20 inches (not including their tail). Their diet consists of 90% fruit and in the wild, eat nuts, seeds, insects and eggs.

Tufted Capuchins

The Colobus is born white and turns black (with white coloring) while still very young. They have no thumbs and prefer treetops and tender leaves in Eastern Africa.

White Faced Saki Monkey

The Colobus is born white and turns black (with white coloring) while still very young. They have no thumbs and prefer treetops and tender leaves in Eastern Africa.

Golden Lion Tamarin

The Colobus is born white and turns black (with white coloring) while still very young. They have no thumbs and prefer treetops and tender leaves in Eastern Africa.

Emperor Tamarin

The Colobus is born white and turns black (with white coloring) while still very young. They have no thumbs and prefer treetops and tender leaves in Eastern Africa.

Owl or Night Monkey

The Colobus is born white and turns black (with white coloring) while still very young. They have no thumbs and prefer treetops and tender leaves in Eastern Africa.

Howler Monkey

The Colobus is born white and turns black (with white coloring) while still very young. They have no thumbs and prefer treetops and tender leaves in Eastern Africa.

Lophocebus Monkey

The Colobus is born white and turns black (with white coloring) while still very young. They have no thumbs and prefer treetops and tender leaves in Eastern Africa.

Semnopithecus Monkey

The Colobus is born white and turns black (with white coloring) while still very young. They have no thumbs and prefer treetops and tender leaves in Eastern Africa. Apes Baby Orangutan Chimpanzee Gibbon

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