The 'going rate' right now is from $5500 to $8500 for a baby. Buying an older on is cheaper but if you don't have any experience with adults it is a bad idea, especially if th…ere are children in the home. A capuchin normally doesn't weight more than 7 lbs or so but they are very strong and can cause alot of damage with their teeth and fingernails. Getting a monkey right now is not a good idea as I was enlightened to the fact that there are now 20 states that do not allow them as pets.
kiwis fresh fruit like mango, apple, and bannana fresh cooked vegetables likcauliflower, carrots, corn and turnip sweet potatoes nuts and seeds hard boiled eggsinsec…ts like meal worms, crickets, and grasshoppers bread change food regularly capuchins lose appitite if bored of there food.
Yes, just like human babies it is a good idea to get their baby vaccines: polio, measles, mumps. etc. It is also a good idea to get bloodwork done so that your vet has somethi…ng to compare later bloodtests if the monkey becomes ill. After the 3 baby visits a once a yr. checkup is a good idea and definitely if they seem ill or are acting differently than they normally do.
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No, he was a rhesus monkey
This animal does not have a specific name for the indicated gender. For example, "female cheetah
They can lay in the palm of your hand with room left over, I would say 4-6 inches. I had one 11 days old that was about 6"
Capuchin monkeys are consumers. Only plants and some algae are producers.
Humans are primates. Apes and monkeys are non-human primates.
Yes very well it just loves my two year old daughter
the websites u could look for is wikipedisa stupid. also monkey.org allright this better help u if not go srew your self
The Golden-bellied Capuchin (Cebus xanthosternos), also known as the Yellow-breasted or Buffy-headed Capuchin, is one of several http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/Species of http:/…/wiki.answers.com/wiki/New_World_monkey. Although there are differences between individuals as well as between the sexes and across age groups, C. xanthosternos is described as having a distinctive yellow to golden red chest, belly and upper arms. Its face is a light brown and its cap for which the http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/Capuchin_monkey were first named is a dark brown/black or light brown. Formerly thought to be a http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/Subspecies of http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/Tufted_Capuchin (C. apella), it was elevated to the status of species. Despite this previous classification, C. xanthosternos does not have very evident tufts, as they are oriented towards the rear of the skull and are hardly noticeable. A band of short hair around the upper part of the face with speckled colouring contrasts with the darker surrounding areas. The limbs and tail are also darkly coloured. Populations of C. xanthosternos are restricted to the http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/Atlantic forest of south-eastern http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/Bahia, http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/Brazil, due possibly to high degrees of interference from man. Historically they probably would have inhabited the entire area east of, and north to, the http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/SÃ£o_Francisco_River. Only 300 individuals survive
Capuchin monkeys do have the power and force to hurt someone, but the most probable they will not; they are nice animals. They will probably only hurt you, if you do something… very terrifying, like threaten to kill them.