Wild Red-Backed Squirrel Monkeys (Mono Titis)
All monkeys in this gallery are wild. This sub-species of squirrel monkey(red backed squirrel monkeys) are highly endangered. They are found in Costa Rica along the corridor of Manuel Antonio National Park and the Osa Peninsula. They often visit local hotels and beg for food. Unfortunately, this practice is slowly killing these squirrel-sized monkeys. The sunscreen on tourists' hands acts as a poison, and some monkeys are electrocuted when they travel along hydro wires in search of tourists to feed them. I will donate 100% of profits from the sale of any mono titi photograph to the Association for the Conservation of the Mono Titi. All images in this gallery were shot with a professional digital camera. Original captures of these photos were recorded in RAW. I offer rights managed and royalty free licenses for all stock photographs in this Gallery. You can use the shopping cart feature on this site to order directly from a professional photo lab or purchase a royalty free image. If you would like a rights managed image, please contact the Nature Stock Photography Library.
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