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Brenda Young, PhD, LEED AP BD&C
Black capped squirrel monkeys (Saimiri boliviensis) typically live in tropical lowland forests or swamps in South America. They can be anywhere from 23 cm-38 cm in length and can have a mass of up to 1.4 kilograms. Their faces are white, while the rest of their body is yellow to a gray-green color. This presentation will discuss behavioral research conducted at the Buffalo Zoo, which was an investigation of how three squirrel monkey interact with each other in their shared enclosure.
Zmijewski, Sebastian, "Squirrel Monkeys’ Habits of Cohabitation" (2018). Academic Festival Posters. 17.