Black-capped Capuchin Monkey, Pantanal, Brazil
17 december 2014 § 4 kommentarer
Black-capped capuchin also known as tufted or brown capuchin, was rather common in the Pantanal area. They are somewhat clever, since they have been seen using stones to open nuts and even using fine sticks or straws to get syrup or “fishing” for ants. We met them in a small gallery forest and thought they will disappear as soon as they saw us, but apparently they were curious of our activities, so at some point we wondered who was observing whom?
All the best Thorsten