Caquetá Tití Monkey Plecturocebus caquetensis — Palm Oil Detectives — Barbara Crane Navarro

The Caquetá Titi is a species of monkey whose babies purr like cats when they are content. The species is endemic to a small area in Colombia and highly endangered due to habitat fragmentation.

Caquetá Tití Monkey Plecturocebus caquetensis Critically endangered Colombia Caquetá Titi Monkeys have a distinctive song and they purr like a kitten they form monogamous partnerships. Discovered relatively recently in 2010, these beautiful and fascinating monkeys are now critically endangered due to the massive deforestation that is occurring in Colombia for palm oil and other commodities. […] […]

Caquetá Tití Monkey Plecturocebus caquetensis — Palm Oil Detectives — Barbara Crane Navarro

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