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Wow Marina that's great! Don't worry about english, mine is not that good either haha :)But I think is really really awesome you are working with this primates, capuchins are really smart!
Hello, I'm new to Project Noah! My english is not very good, but I will try to communicate... I am a Biologist and researcher of this species in Brazil... Here, we call "macaco-prego", and your scientific name is Cebus nigritus for my study area, which is south of Brazil. This genre has several different species occurring in Brazil and most of south america... :) I love primates! I love capuchins! :DYour pictures are great!I will follow you! : Dbye bye
In english it common name will be Black Capuchin. These monkeys are awesome, they are a subspecies of the Tufted Capuchin (the one I'm holding in my display picture) :) http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/538...
Spotted on Mar 17, 2011 Submitted on Mar 17, 2011