Tufted capuchin

Tufted capuchin

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Caption: Tufted capuchin (Cebus apella) using a piece of wood as a simple tool. The tufted capuchin inhabits the rainforests and dry lowland areas of South America and feeds mainly on fruits and invertebrates. It uses simple tools like this for tasks such as cracking open the hard shells of fruits. Like other capuchins it is a social monkey, living in groups of up to around 15 individuals that are led by a dominant male.

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