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White-fronted Capuchin

Cebus albifrons


It is a species of capuchin monkey, a type of New World primate, found in seven different countries in South America. Their populations are declining and is believed to be caused by human-induced habitat loss and degradation, and hunting. The species is classified as Least Concern, though subspecies in northern Colombia are considered Vulnerable.


It is found in a variety of forest types.


Photographed at the Barranquilla zoo.

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Carolina 9 years ago

Thank you Lindi!

lindistar 9 years ago

Brilliant capture :)

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Barranquilla, Atl√°ntico, Colombia

Spotted on Dec 7, 2010
Submitted on Mar 5, 2011

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