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Transcript of Red-Bellied Tamarin
Saguinus labiatus Lifestyle / Habitat Structures / Fuctions / Adaptations Sources / Bibliography Social Behavior Tails Hands Locomotion Face Environmental Threats Very long and skinny
It is used for balancing Tails Long Fingers and opposable thumb
Black, claw-like nails except
for the hallux (big toe)
These features help them grasp
onto trees, fruits, and etc. Hands (photo from the zoo) They have a patch of white fur surrounding
their nose and mouth, giving the appearance
of a mustache
Their white mustache helps them recognize
their own species in the rainforest
White spot also on the top of their head
Fangs that help gnaw on the tree gum Face Quadrupedal
Capable of leaping/jumping between branches
Can stand on two limbs
Legs are longer than arms, which helps them move quadrupedally Locomotion Extra Information Red-bellied tamarins are relatively small, ranging from 23 to 29 cm in body length
350 to 575 g in mass
Females are generally slightly larger than males
Mostly dark brown or black in color, but they have significant red markings on their stomachs and chests Family Grouping Diurnal vs nocturnal Social Hierarchy Extended family group
Groups range in size from 2 to 13 individuals
Each group contains 1 breeding male and 1 breeding female.
The rest of the group is offsprings and helper males, which are usually related to one of the breeding individuals
Communication is generally through scent markings and voice calls Family Grouping Diurnal
No night vision
Collect/hunt food during the day Dirunal vs Nocturnal Social Hierarchy They live in troop lifestyle, so there is an alpha male and alpha female. The rest of the troop members just follow them around, and have no upper hand against each other. Arboreal vs Terrestrial Geographical Range Life Span Aboreal vs Terrestrial Arboreal, spends 90% of the day above the ground
Red-Bellied Tamarins generally stay up in the canopy or the emergent layer in the rainforest
Chooses sleeping sites high off the ground
May sleep in tree holes so they’re not easily seen They are found in South America and are found in particularly high densities (up to 45 individuals
per sq km) in northwestern Bolivia Food source / Diet The lifespan of red-bellied tamarin is
In the wild, red-bellied tamarins
estimated to be over the age of 8 are considered “old”. Life Span Geographical Range Red bellied tamarins are omnivorous (they eat everything) but majority of their diet depends on fruits
During the dry season when fruit is scarce, they eat nectar
Some members of the species eat insects like grasshoppers or crickets
They also eat tree gum Food Source / Diet Danger Risk:
Least Concern Causes of Threat Other members of their species, they might fight over territories
Humans that was to buy the red bellied tamarins and keep them as pets “Animal Diversity Web.” ADW: Sanguinus Labiatus: INFORMATION. N.p., n.d. Web. 04 May 2013Red Bellied Tamarin. 2004. Photograph. Zoo Dresden. Web.
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“Trumpet Playing Lessons with a Red-bellied Tamarin.” Flickr. Yahoo!, 21 June 2011. Web. 04 May 2013
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“White-liped Tamarin.” Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 28 Apr. 2013. Web. 04 May 2013
Koo, Jenny. Red-Bellied Tamarin Information. on Tails. 4 May 2013. Raw data. Singapore Zoological Garden, Singapore.
Two red-bellied tamarins sitting on the tree branch, Singapore Zoo. Personal photograph by author. 2013.
Two Red-bellied Tamarins Sitting beside Each Other on the Tree. 2013. Photograph. Singapore. By Hana Braitsch.