Capuchin monkey habitat

The social structure of capuchin monkeys is influenced by their habitat. In lush rainforests, large groups can thrive due to the abundance of food and shelter. These social groups engage in grooming, play, and coordinated foraging, strengthening their social bonds.

In habitats where resources are scarcer, capuchin groups may be smaller and more dispersed. This helps reduce competition for food and increases their chances of survival. The flexibility in their social organization is a testament to their adaptability.

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