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Mono Carablanca

Cebus capucinus


Es nativo de los bosques de América Central y de la parte más noroccidental de Sudamérica y muy valioso por su papel como dispersador de semillas y polen.

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KarenL 10 years ago

Fun fact! The white-faced capuchin is thought to be one of the most intelligent monkeys in the world. An institution in Boston, MA is utilizing this intelligence by training captive bred capuchins to do complex tasks such as pouring beverages, opening food containers, operating electrical equipment, and even scratching hard to reach itches! After intensive training, the monkeys are placed in a disabled person’s home to assist them in their everyday lives in a life-long partnership.

Seema 10 years ago

nice shots

Caleb Steindel
Caleb Steindel 10 years ago

love the 4th and 6th photos

Omar Moreno Arias
Spotted by
Omar Moreno Arias

Puntarenas, Costa Rica

Spotted on Jan 6, 2014
Submitted on Jan 6, 2014

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