Incredible Facts About Saki Monkeys

Sakis, or Saki Monkeys (Simia pithecia), are any of several New World monkeys of the genus Pithecia. They are closely related to the bearded sakis of genus Chiropotes.

The Saki Monkeys range includes northern and central South America, extending from the south of Colombia over Peru in northern Bolivia and into the central part of Brazil. Find out more!

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