Capuchin monkey habitat

Capuchin monkeys have a varied diet that is closely tied to their habitat. In rainforests, they consume a mix of fruits, insects, and small animals. This diverse diet is supported by the rich biodiversity of the rainforest.

In drier habitats, their diet may shift to include more seeds, nuts, and tubers. These food sources are more readily available in such environments. The ability to adjust their diet based on their habitat ensures that capuchin monkeys can thrive in different settings.

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