White-faced capuchins or 'carablancas' are abundant residents of the wet lowland forests on Costa Rica's Caribbean slope, as well as dryer deciduous forests on the Pacific slope. They are very active and highly arboreal, but they will also forage at all levels of the forest and occasionally come to the ground to feed. They are omnivores, with their diet consisting of ripe fruit, plants, insects, bird eggs, young birds, baby squirrels and small lizards. Troops will often consist of 2-20...
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