The Rio Tapajós Saki (Pithecia Irrorata) is a New World Monkey in the Pitheciinae subfamily of the Pitheciidae family of monkeys, and is found in areas of Bolivia, Brazil, and Peru. Like most Sakis, the Rio Tapajós Saki is relatively small in size with a long, bushy tail. They have precisely adapted bodies that feature strong leg muscles to make it easier for the Rio Tapajós Saki to jump from tree to tree; which is where they spend virtually all of their life.
Blond Capuchins are recognizable by their all golden fur covered bodies and distinct whitish cap upon the crown of their heads. They have pinkish colored flesh on their faces, and the palms of their hands and feet are black in color. A fully grown adult male Blond Capuchin can reach as much as 20 inches in length, with females being just slightly smaller, and can weigh in between 5 and 7 pounds.
Gold-and-White Marmoset - Micro chrysoleuca - This New World monkey is of the family Callitrichidae and is one of the least documented monkeys in the world. It is incredibly rare and lives only in a very small and precise area in the Amazon rainforests of Brazil