Bolivian Reed Titi Monkey

Titi MonkeyPhoto by Mark Rose

Scientific Name: Callicebus modestus

Titi monkeys are aboreal, living a majority of their time in trees, and diurnal, active during the day and night. Because of their around-the-clock activity, they enjoy mid-day naps.
  • Size: Weight: Up to 4.5 pounds; Head to body length: 9 to 18 inches
  • Diet: Mainly fruit, but also feed on small animals and insects
  • Habitat: Dry forest patches with a forest-savanna area
  • Range in the Wild: South America, native to Bolivia

Conservation Status

Listed as Endangered. The wild population is believed to be well under 5,000; major threat is habitat loss due to deforestation.

Learn more about this animal.

Become this animal's Zoo Parent! Learn more about adopting this animal.