WHITE-FACED SAKI MONKEY

The white-faced sakis live in small family groups, consisting of the parents and two or three offspring. The offspring may help to look after their younger siblings. The difference between the sexes is considerable. Adult males are black, with the striking white face. The females are brownish-grey and have only a narrow white stripe on the face between the inner eye and mouth. These primates are very fast and have great reaction speed.
Did You Know…
A White Faced Saki Monkeys tail is longer than its body

A White Faced Saki Monkey’s tail is longer than its body. – See more at: http://www.flamingoland.co.uk/zoo-and-conservation/zoo/mammals/171-white-faced-saki-monkey.html#sthash.V4T0bqu8.dpuf
A White Faced Saki Monkey’s tail is longer than its body. – See more at: http://www.flamingoland.co.uk/zoo-and-conservation/zoo/mammals/171-white-faced-saki-monkey.html#sthash.V4T0bqu8.dpuf

Diet – Fruits, leaves, flowers, small birds and mammals
Threat Status – Least Concerned