Amazing Animal Of The Week

san martin titi monkey

where they live and how many are left

the san martin monkey is located in northern peru, the region in which they live have some of the highest risk of deforestation! they have been reduced by 80 percent over the past 25 years.
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the males know who their offspring are so they take care of them, unlike many animals!

sometimes parents leave territory to their offspring kind of like a human's wheel.They twist their twists their tails together to reinforce family bonds and to keep their balance while sleeping in trees.

Diet, features and lifestyle

they eat a lot of fruits, seeds, leaves and most insects!

they normally have 2-6 monkeys in a troop, 1 male and 1 female and up to 4 offspring

-weigh up to 4.5 pounds,

-36 teeth.

-small brown eyes.

-small ears on upper head.

-hands have thumbs and short fingers

-tail is longer than body

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How we can save them

the main reason these monkeys are critically endangered is because of our rainforest being chopped done! There is a organization called "kids saving the rainforest" ( who is taking donations and puting that money towards protceting these monkeys and helping all rainforest aniamls.
San Martin titi monkey