Central American Squirrel Monkey, Common Squirrel Monkey, Bare-eared Squirrel Monkey, Black-capped Squirrel Monkey, Black Squirrel Monkey
Around 21 years
They mainly eat fruit and insects but some species can survive solely on insects
Usually live in groups of around 30-40 individuals
They have a birth frequency of one offspring per year
They suffer from habitat loss due to humans and are persecuted as pests as they may utilise crops.
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