You will be able to spot the three-toed spot by counting the number of toes it has, you may also see a two-toed sloth so get counting!
Most squirrel monkeys can be spotted in the tree canopies of the Amazon Rainforest, but you may be lucky enough to see one on the ground in search of food. These tiny creatures can be as small as 25 cm (without their tails) so watch for their tails poking out of the trees!
Listen to leaves rustling in the trees and you may just see a monkey.
Your Amazon cruise guide will help you spot 3-toed sloths, snakes, caiman, pink river dolphins and other unique Amazonian wildlife.
You can usually spot a squirrel monkey by its distinctive black lips and white ears. Squirrel Monkey Quick Facts:• Their tails can be as long as 17 inches!
Three species of squirrel monkey are endangered, S.o. • They have a brain mass to body mass ratio – the largest, proportionally, of all primates (humans have a ratio)• They use their tail as a balancing pole not for climbing• Snakes are one of their predators • They are omnivores and mostly eat fruits and insects The infamous black caiman is the largest predator in the Amazon basin.