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It's a Capuchin Monkey!!! Isn't he adorable? I really want one when I'm older.

It's a Capuchin Monkey!!! Isn't he adorable? I really want one when I'm older.

Capuchin Monkey!

Capuchin Monkey!

oh geez.. a capuchin.. my husband wants one of these (thanks, Hangover 2). He even researched how to get a permit.. but yet i can't get a Pomeranian...

oh geez.. a capuchin.. my husband wants one of these (thanks, Hangover 2). He even researched how to get a permit.. but yet i can't get a Pomeranian...

Monkeys’ reaction to those who have more? Spite - http://scienceblog.com/479997/monkeys-reaction-to-those-who-have-more-spite/

Monkeys’ reaction to those who have more? Spite - http://scienceblog.com/479997/monkeys-reaction-to-those-who-have-more-spite/

Capuchin monkeys live in the low-lying tropical forests of Central and South America, from Honduras to Columbia. After a capuchin monkey is born, the infant lives on its mother’s back for several weeks. Usually only one baby is born at a time, but occasionally capuchin monkeys will have twins.

Capuchin monkeys live in the low-lying tropical forests of Central and South America, from Honduras to Columbia. After a capuchin monkey is born, the infant lives on its mother’s back for several weeks. Usually only one baby is born at a time, but occasionally capuchin monkeys will have twins.

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At Miami's private zoo, Jungle Island in Florida, a young capuchin monkey is seen scratching its head. So cute!

At Miami's private zoo, Jungle Island in Florida, a young capuchin monkey is seen scratching its head. So cute!

CAPUCHIN MONKEY....known as the "organ-grinder" monkey during the 17th century....found in Central and South America in the rainforests, savannas and swamp forests....a length of 12 to 22 inches amd a weight of 3 - 12 pounds....considered to be the most intelligent of all the New World monkeys....known to use tools in the wild

CAPUCHIN MONKEY....known as the "organ-grinder" monkey during the 17th century....found in Central and South America in the rainforests, savannas and swamp forests....a length of 12 to 22 inches amd a weight of 3 - 12 pounds....considered to be the most intelligent of all the New World monkeys....known to use tools in the wild

Capuchin Monkey in Costa Rica. Photo by Christina Craft via her website.

Capuchin Monkey in Costa Rica. Photo by Christina Craft via her website.

Capuchin monkey. The word capuchin derives from a group of friars named the Order of Friars Minor Capuchin, an offshoot from the Franciscans, who wear brown robes with large hoods covering their heads. When explorers reached the Americas in the 15th century they found small monkeys who resembled these friars and named them capuchins. Capuchins are black, brown, buff or whitish, but their exact color and pattern depends on the species involved.

Capuchin monkey. The word capuchin derives from a group of friars named the Order of Friars Minor Capuchin, an offshoot from the Franciscans, who wear brown robes with large hoods covering their heads. When explorers reached the Americas in the 15th century they found small monkeys who resembled these friars and named them capuchins. Capuchins are black, brown, buff or whitish, but their exact color and pattern depends on the species involved.

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