Results for: Marmoset

In Animal Life

How do you care for a marmoset?

Hi, depending on how old the baby is, you can e-mail me on marlinkies@gmail.com and I can help you thru these difficult times. I have 2 marmosets of my own and have strugled a (MORE)
In Animal Life

How do marmosets get there food?

Marmosets are highly active, living in the upper canopy of forest trees, and feeding on insects, fruit, small animals, and leaves. They have long lower incisors, which allow t (MORE)
In Animal Life

How big do marmosets get?

There are many different species of marmosets, and they can rangein sizes. However, most species of marmoset are about 8 inches tallat adulthood.
In Animal Life

What do marmosets eat?

Marmosets eat small insects, spiders, and small vertebrates. They could possibly eat eggs of birds high in the canopy of the Amazon Rainforest.
In Primates

What is marmosets?

A marmoset is a small new-world monkey that lives in South America (primarily Brazil) and eats tree sap, insects, and fruit. They usually have a tail that is 10 inches long an (MORE)
In Endangered, Vulnerable, and Threatened Species

Are marmoset endangered?

Unlike several of their close relatives, the common marmoset is currently not listed as a threatened species.
In Endangered, Vulnerable, and Threatened Species

Why are marmosets endangered?

Actually, most marmosets are not endangered. Most are labled "Least Concern". But to answer your question, it is destruction of habitat. People need to save marmosets and othe (MORE)
In Primates

What are the characterstics of marmoset?

Marmoset monkeys are incredibly small, they live in family units. For more information check out this webpage: http://www.pygmymarmoset.net
In Primates

Where do marmosets come from?

Marmosets as well as Pygmy Marmosets are located in South America. You can find them high up in the trees of the rain forest. For more information check out this webpage: (MORE)
In Primates

Does a marmoset have a backbone?

Primates are all members of the Chordates (meaning they have a backbone and are therefore all vertebrates). A marmoset is a type of primate, ergo, it has a backbone or spine.