Saguinus – Tamarins
A group of primates that’s as vibrant as a tropical carnival!
Do you like cute and furry monkeys with long tails and colorful faces? Then you might be interested in the tamarins. These are small New World monkeys that live in the forests of Central and South America. These little monkeys are bursting with energy and have a unique style with compact bodies, adorable faces, and a kaleidoscope of fur patterns.
But here’s what sets the Saguinus genus apart from the crowd: their personality. These lively primates are the life of the party, always up for a good time. They’re mischievous, social butterflies that love to swing through the treetops, engaging in playful antics that will leave you in stitches. And let’s not forget their secret weapon: their expressive faces! With those big, soulful eyes and cheeky grins, they could charm their way into anyone’s heart.
Species in this genus
With its distinct white feet, this remarkable monkey stands out amidst the lush greenery of the rainforest
The fluffy-headed monkey that needs your help to survive