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In the Florida heat, volunteers at Jungle Friends Primate Sanctuary have been making sure their roughly 300 monkeys are staying cool this summer.
Eileen Dunnington, the Executive Director of the Primate Rescue Center, explains how the sanctuary keeps their monkeys and apes warm and cozy during the winter months. Video is at the link!
The capuchin monkey is deemed the second most dangerous animal in Latin America, beat only by the jaguar. This includes footage and interviews shot at Jungle Friends Primate Sanctuary.
Mickey, a white-faced capuchin, and his best friend Ebi, a weeper capuchin, are known as the “bad boys” of Jungle Friends Primate Sanctuary in Florida. Although they make quite the affectionate duo now, that wasn’t always the case.
A family in Indiana purchased him when he was just 3 days old, through a breeder called Rainbow Primates, Kari Bagnall, founder of Jungle Friends Primate Sanctuary in Florida, told The Dodo.
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