|Common name||Scientific name||Distribution & habitat|
|Pygmy marmoset||Cebuella pygmaea||Amazon region|
|White-footed tamarin||Saguinus leucopus||Northern Colombia; dry and humid forest|
|Cebidae – capuchins & squirrel monkeys|
|Colombian white-faced capuchin||Cebus capucinus||Pacific lowlands, Gorgona Island|
Does Columbia have monkeys?
The jungles of Colombia are home to many animals, including monkeys. The monkey family is represented well, with Colombia serving as home to more than a dozen species. Although many species exist, some are highly threatened.
How many woolly monkeys are left in the world?
There may be as few as 1,000 individual Yellow-tailed Woolly Monkey individuals living in northern Peru today, making them a Critically Endangered species on IUCN’s Red List of Threatened Species. They live in dense cloud forests in the eastern foothills of the Andes, at an elevation of more than 6,000 feet.
Is the woolly monkey extinct?
Are there tigers in Colombia?
No, there aren’t any tigers in Colombia. However, there are several big cats living in Colombia. This group includes jaguars, ocelots, pumas and jaguarundis.