Carara - White-faced capuchin monkey (Costa Rica)
Carara is another fantastic national park in Costa Rica. Carara has a vast range of wildlife because it occupies a transition zone between tropical moist forest and tropical dry forest and mangroves.
The white-faced capuchin or white-headed capuchin (cebus capucinus) is a medium-sized monkey native to the forests of Central America. It 's bodys is mostly black and white on much of the front part of the body, giving it its common name It is a highly intelligent monkey and it has a distinctive prehensile tail that is often carried coiled up. They live in troops and eat many different types of food, including fruit, plant material, invertebrates and small vertebrates.