Capuchin monkey habitat

Predation pressure varies across different capuchin monkey habitats. In dense rainforests, they must be wary of larger predators like jaguars and birds of prey. The thick canopy provides some protection, but vigilance is always necessary.

In more open habitats, the threats might come from terrestrial predators such as snakes and large cats. Capuchins use their agility and intelligence to avoid these dangers, often relying on alarm calls to alert the group. Their awareness and group cooperation are key to their survival.

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