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Coppery titi monkeys are extremely sociable and live mostly in family groups. Mating pairs are monogamous. Their young remain for approx. two years with the mother until they become independent. The young are carried solely by the male (apart from when they are still suckling). Status according to red list: Least Concern
European Endangered species Program
This animal is managed by the European Association of Zoos and Aquaria (EAZA) under the European Endangered species Program.
|Classification||Order: Primates; family: Saki monkeys|
|Diet||Primarily fruit, seeds and leaves but also insects and small vertebrates|
|Habitat||Primary rainforests at elevations from 100 m to|
|Reproduction||Gestation period: 136 days; 1 offspring|