Tamarins usually have twins or triplets. Dad piggybacks the babies most of the time, passing them back to mum only when the babies need to nurse.
See more of our Colobus monkeys at Primate Kingdom. They are capable of leaping up to 15 metres and are rarely seen on ground.
The douc langur's almond eyes and delicate features lend a kind of wistful magic to their beauty.
A repertoire of some 22 different calls helps these primates engage in complex social interactions.
Sakis can make downward leaps covering close to 10m, a feat which has earned them the nickname “flying monkeys”. Head down to Fragile Forest or Primate Kingdom zones to see them in action.
Learn more about our wildlife from the people who know best — the keepers. In this interactive session, hear interesting quirks of the primates from our keepers.