Mexican spider monkeys use their prehensile tail as a fifth limb to use for climbing and balancing in extra high places.
A series of unfortunate events is what led Violet, Sunny and Klaus to the Central Florida Zoo! The three infants now share their habitat with Big Guy, our older male black-handed spider monkey.
24 inches tall & tail can be up to 35 inches long
Fruit, seeds, leaves, flowers, insects and eggs
Jaguars, eagles, hawks and snakes
1 birth every 3-5 years
Up to 35 years