Capuchin monkey habitat

The lush vegetation of rainforests provides capuchin monkeys with plenty of nesting sites. They often build their nests in the forks of trees, using leaves and branches for comfort and protection. These nests are essential for resting and raising their young.

In contrast, capuchins in other habitats might use rock crevices or dense shrubbery for nesting. The choice of nesting site is influenced by the need for safety and accessibility to food sources. This adaptability in nesting behavior highlights their resourcefulness.

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