Primate Care Sheets - Capuchins

Capuchins (Cebus) are called ring-tail monkeys for their habit of curling the tip of their tail.  They’re very social animals and one of the most intelligent primates kept in captivity which is why they’re often used in movies.  They are know to use a strong smelling substance (such as onions, orange peels or stale) to rub all over their body.   Here you’ll find more information about keeping capuchins as pets.

Brown Pale-fronted Capuchin
Brown pale-fronted capuchin
(Cebus Albifrons)
(c) Ivan Crab
White Faced Capuchin
White Faced Capuchin
(Cebus Capucinus)
(c) Philip Greenspun
Black-capped capuchin
Black-capped Capuchin
(Cebus Appella)
(c) Ivan Crab

 

Capuchin Care Sheets

General Information

Housing

Diet

Reproduction

Pictures

Videos

Capuchin Species:

Black-capped, brown or tufted capuchin (Cebus apella)
Brown pale-fronted capuchin (Cebus albifrons)
Robust tufted capuchin (Cebus apella robustus)
Weeping capuchin (Cebus nigrivittatus)
White-faced or white-throated capuchin (Cebus capucinus)
Yellow breasted capuchin (Cebus apella xanthrosternus)

How to diaper a monkey

July 18, 2005 7:21 am

By Sherry Freeman


When we first go into Sammy’s room, she stands with her back to me and holds onto the door to her cage while I take her belt and diaper off.

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