Animals Mammals

Animals Mammals

Bolivian Gray Titi Monkey


SCIENTIFIC NAME:
Callicebus donacophilus
PROFILE:

Bolivian gray titi monkeys are also called white-eared titi monkeys because of the distinct markings on their ears. In the wild, one of their main predators is the ornate hawk-eagle; see if you can find one of these beautiful raptors at the Wings of Wonder exhibit! To find our titi monkeys, look closely at the branches in their habitat. They camouflage well! Look for movement as they walk amongst the branches or hop from tree to tree.

TYPE OF ANIMAL:
Mammal, Primate, Cebidae (New World monkeys)
NATIVE TO:
South America: Bolivia and Brazil
IUCN CONSERVATION STATUS:
Least concern
DIET:
Omnivore
LIFESPAN:
zoos - up to 25+ years
SOCIAL STATUS:
Small family groups of up to 7 with a bonded adult pair and their offspring.
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