NAME: Guatemalan Black Howler
SCIENTIFIC NAME: Alouatta pigra
RANGE:  Found in Belize, Guatemala and Mexico.
-    They live in evergreen, semi-deciduous and lowland forests.
-    They feed on fruits, leaves and flowers, they love the breadnut tree.
-    They are a very social species.
-    They are very active during the day and hang around the highest branches of trees.
-    They spend most of their day resting and eating.
-    They are an endangered species.

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NAME: Mantled Howler
SCIENTIFIC NAME: Alouatta palliata
RANGE:  Found in Mexico, across Central America, Colombia and Ecuador.
-    They feed on leaves for the most part.
-    They are one of the largest Central American monkeys, and males can weigh up to 22 lb.
-    Their appearance is similar to other howler monkeys of the genus Alouatta except for coloration. The mantled howler is primarily black except for a fringe of gold to buff hair on each side that gives it its common name.
-    The mantled howler gets the name "howler" from the calls made by the males, particularly at dawn and dusk, but also in response to disturbances.

NAME: Geoffroy's Spider Monkey
SCIENTIFIC NAME: Ateles geoffroyi
RANGE:  Found in Mexico, through Central America and Colombia
-    They live in rainforests, semi-deciduous forests, mangrove forests and evergreen forests.
-    They fee on fruit for the most part but also eat leaves, flowers, insects seeds and buds.
-    They are very active during the day.
-    In some ocations they form groups with manteled howlers.
-    They posses a wide repertoire of vocalizations.

NAME: White-Headed Capuchin
SCIENTIFIC NAME: Cebus capucinus
RANGE:  Found in most of Central America and South America.
-    They live in evergreen, deciduous, dry and moist forests. They tend to stay around areas with water.
-    They are omnivores and feed on fruits and insects, they forge on top of trees and on the ground.
-    Females gestation period lasts 180 days giving birth only to one offspring rarely two.
-    Female capuchins have linear dominance hierarchies.