Marmosets & Tamarins

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  • Callithrix jacchus., Marmosets, like tamarins, are small new world primates that inhabit the rainforests of central and South America. Most marmosets are diurnal, arboreal, omnivores, eating a variety or fruits, leaves and insects. *Specifications: CLASS: Mammalia ORDER: Primates FAMILY: Callitri..
    $71.39
  • Saguinus oedipus.,The cotton-top tamarin is native to the tropical rainforests of Columbia, South America. Named for the white wisps of hair located on its head, this species is arboreal spending much of its time in the canopy foraging. Cotton-top tamarins are primarily insectivorous, but also feed ..
    $95.70
  • Leontopithecus chrysomelas.,The Golden-headed lion tamarin, named for its orange mane-like head pelage, is native to the rainforests of Brazil, South America. This small arboreal primate lives high in the canopy where it feeds on various insects and fruits. Wild populations of this species have dras..
    $95.17
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