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Capuchin Monkeys

Cebus apella

About the Capuchin Monkeys

Capuchins are one of the larger South American monkeys with a long prehensile tail. They are named after the tufts of hair on their heads that look like the hood of a Capuchin monk.

Habitat and Distribution

Capuchins live in tropical forests throughout South America.

Family Information

They live in mixed groups of up to 15 individuals. Capuchins usually have one baby at a time.

Conservation Status: Common

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