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WE HAVE HAND RAISED BABY MARMOSET MONKEYS FOR SALE. HERE ARE SOME HIGHLIGHTS: Buy Baby Marmoset Monkey
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The Perfect Age For Hand Raising Your Own Little Baby. They Have A Gray Body And As They Get Older They Develop White tuffs That Extend From The Sides Of The Face
Top notch Males and Females Available For Breeding And For Great Companions
Marmosets Are Highly Active Living In The Upper Canopy Of Forest Trees , And Feeding On Insects Fruits And Leaves
Remains Small And Is Very Cute Especially When Born! The Mom Can Produce Twins Sometimes Triplets
Will Form A Very Strong Bond With The Owner And Can Grow Up To 1 Pound As Adults
They Are Native To Northern And Southern Brazil And Also Found In Buenos Aires Argentina
In Store Pickup and Airline Shipping Available (Selected At Checkout)
Permitting and Free Vet Health Checkup Available With In-Store Pickup
We invite those that need to purchase a marmoset monkey (otherwise called a finger monkey) or a dwarf marmoset. Come find out about our intriguing assortment of creatures or purchase your own extraordinary pet marmoset monkey. READ MORE
Pygmy marmosets are two species of small New World monkeys in the genus Cebuella. They are native to rainforests of the western Amazon Basin in South America. These primates are notable for being the smallest monkeys in the world, at just over 100 g (3.5 oz). They are generally found in evergreen and river-edge forests and are gum-feeding specialists, or gummivores.
About 83% of the pygmy marmoset population lives in stable troops of two to nine individuals, including a dominant male, a breeding female, and up to four successive litters of offspring. The modal size of a standard stable troop would be six individuals. Although most groups consist of family members, some may also include one or two additional adult members. Members of the group communicate using a complex system including vocal, chemical, and visual signals. Three main calling signals depend on the distance the call needs to travel. These monkeys may also make visual displays when threatened or to show dominance. Chemical signaling using secretions from glands on the chest and genital area allow the female to indicate to the male when she is able to reproduce. The female gives birth to twins twice a year and the parental care is shared between the group.