Yellow-breasted capuchins are adjusting to life in the zoo garden

Photo: Zoo

The new residents of the Zoo, who arrived in Skopje in November, are adapting to the outside environment these days. It is about eight yellow-breasted capuchins, which were donated by ZOO Alveterzoo Münster in Germany.

 All are between 2 and 8 years old and are housed in a habitat previously used by mangabe monkeys. The habitat is made according to world standards according to the conditions and recommendations of EAZA and the zoo from where they arrived. This type of monkey comes from South America, it is mostly found in Eastern Brazil and is one of the most endangered species - the Zoo informs.

From there, they explain that yellow-faced capuchins are monkeys that are very attractive and interesting to visitors, so they hope that the guests of the Skopje ZOO will enjoy them and have fun with them.

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