Capuchin monkey habitat

Capuchin monkeys are diurnal, meaning they are active during the day. This behavior aligns with the availability of light and their primary food sources. The daylight also helps them avoid nocturnal predators, making their daytime activities safer.

The varied habitats of capuchin monkeys offer different challenges and opportunities during the day. In rainforests, they can exploit the vertical space for foraging, while in drier areas, they might travel more horizontally. This daily activity pattern is crucial for their survival and well-being.

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