One you don't meet very often; the Guianan Bearded Saki.
Common Squirrel Monkeys and Brown Capuchins are the ones you can regularly meet in the rainforest of Kabalebo, Suriname. They are not shy to be visible and when there is enough food, you will have a blast looking at them.
One you don't see very often is the Guianan Bearded Saki. I met them a couple of times but seldom did I succeed in taking good pictures of them. Either they were too far or they were sitting in between the dense vegetation. These pictures were one of the few that I manage to take.
The Guianan Bearded Saki is also known as the Brown Bearded Saki or just Bearded Saki (Chiropotes satanas). I have seen them traveling as a group often seen walking/moving on top of branches. Bearded Saki's can travel long distances (5 km the least daily). I have always seen them on the move. They have also an interesting appearance; a full beard and a large fur tuft parted in the middle on top of their head.
The Guianan Bearded Saki feeds mostly on seeds from hard fruits or unripe fruit. They are known as 'seed predators' as that is their main diet. Leaves and flowers is also consumed but less.
What makes the Guianan Bearded Saki so special is that they are residents of undisturbed rainforests.
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