Furry animals

White-faced Capuchin

(Cebus capucinus)

I took this photo in Manuel Antonio National park, he was sadly begging for food, he and his cohorts were almost in attack mode when we didn't cough up. Obviously used to other insensitive hikers. We see these around our property normally once a year they are always on the move heading somewhere whereas the Howler monkey troops pretty much stay in a given area. The capuchin's are one of the few monkeys that actually eat meat and have been know to kill baby Howlers. We have seen battles in the trees where a troop of capuchin's  attack the unsuspecting Howlers Totally outsmarting them with their tactics.

Guanacaste, Costa Rica

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