White-fronted Capuchin

The White-fronted Capuchin is a New World primate, endemic to seven different countries in South America: Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Peru, and Trinidad. The species is also divided into several different subspecies.

Just like any other capuchin monkey, it is also an omnivorous animal, feeding primarily on fruits, although it can also eat invertebrates and other plant parts. It is a polygamous animal and lives on fairly large groups (15 up to 35 individuals), reproductive females each giving birth to a single young at biennial intervals.


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