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2008-08-08 00:00:20

By EMMA PEARCY A new addition has been welcomed to the family at Shaldon Wildlife Trust. Kizzy, their yellow-breasted capuchin has given birth to a healthy miniature version of herself. The bundle of joy has put a smile on the faces of staff and volunteers. Kizzy came from Mulhouse Zoo, France, and her partner Borba, from Zurich Zoo, Switzerland. Trust director Tracey Moore said: "It is Kizzy's first baby and they are being fantastic parents." Yellow-breasted capuchins are...


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White-headed Capuchin, Cebus capucinus
2012-07-13 14:39:09

The white-headed Capuchin (Cebus capucinus) is a New World monkey that is native to Central America, as well as the far northwestern area of South America. It is also known as the white-faced capuchin and the white-throated capuchin. Its Central American range includes Honduras, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, and Panama. Reports have shown that it may occur in southern Belize and eastern Guatemala, but these reports have not been confirmed. Its South American range is limited to the northwestern area...

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2006-12-28 13:28:54

The golden-bellied capuchin (Cebus xanthosternos), also known as the yellow-breasted or buffy-headed capuchin, is one of several species of New World monkeys. There are differences between individuals as well as between the sexes and across age groups. It is described as having a distinctive yellow to golden red chest, belly and upper arms. Its face is a light brown and its cap. They do not have very evident tufts. They are oriented towards the rear of the skull and are hardly...

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