Daniel Niszczota

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White-faced monkeys, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica  Do NOT rust these little devils.  They'll steal ANYTHING from you, even when you're looking!

White-faced monkeys, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica Do NOT rust these little devils. They'll steal ANYTHING from you, even when you're looking!

White Faced #Capuchin #monkey. These monkeys feed not only from fruit, but also enjoys #insects @Michelle Flynn Sw and small vertebrates. #wildlife #rainforest #MawambaLodge #Tortuguero #CostaRica

White Faced These monkeys feed not only from fruit, but also enjoys Flynn Sw and small vertebrates.

As part of its 2012 promotions, the Frederick Keys minor league baseball team in Frederick, Maryland, has planned a June 22 monkey rodeo, in which capuchin monkeys will be forced into costumes and strapped to dogs who will race around a track at Harry Grove Stadium. The team also plans to host a July 1 dove release, after which the bird used faces the life-threatening task of finding her way home from an unfamiliar location. Click to sign a petition asking them to  cancel these cruel plans

As part of its 2012 promotions, the Frederick Keys minor league baseball team in Frederick, Maryland, has planned a June 22 monkey rodeo, in which capuchin monkeys will be forced into costumes and strapped to dogs who will race around a track at Harry Grove Stadium. The team also plans to host a July 1 dove release, after which the bird used faces the life-threatening task of finding her way home from an unfamiliar location. Click to sign a petition asking them to cancel these cruel plans

White-throated Capuchin monkeys have the most highly developed brain of the New World monkeys, and have been observed using weapons, tools, and problem-solving skills to adapt to their changing environment.

White-throated Capuchin monkeys have the most highly developed brain of the New World monkeys, and have been observed using weapons, tools, and problem-solving skills to adapt to their changing environment.

White-Faced Capuchin monkey

White-Faced Capuchin monkey from Costa Rica