25 Photos - Jun 15, 2014
Photo: Photo: Spider monkey at the KSTR Wildlife SanctuaryPhoto: One of the teenage marmosetts born May 16th, 2012. He has more white on his ears than his sibling. Photo by Martie StothoffPhoto: Photo: One of the triplets that was raised by Farfel, Romeo, and Jessie. He is supposedly male, has a slim figure, a long skinny tail, and a lighter face than his siblings. He is extremely curious and independent.  Photo by Martie StothoffPhoto: Teenager born on May 16th, 2012. This one has fluffier ear tufts and not so much white yet. Photo by Martie StothoffPhoto: The last triplet marmosett. We believe him to be male and he was raised by Barb and another volunteer and then by me. He is very talkative and curious and loves to run around. He is slowly growing used to his family members.  Photo by Martie StothoffPhoto: Another triplet raised by the monkey family. She is supposedly female with a fuller tail and a darker face. She is a little more timid and follows her parents around a lot. Sometimes though she likes to be the tough one. Photo by Martie StothoffPhoto: Hugo, a capuchin sticks his tongue out at volunteer, Vernita in reponse to her doing the same thing, photo by Vernita Gundy.Photo: Nina, a spider monkey at the sanctuary during volunteer Vernita's daily visits 7 2011, photo by Vernita Gundy.Photo: Adorable marmosett triplets at KSTR sanctuaryPhoto: Marmoset at the KSTR Wildlife SanctuaryPhoto: Two marmosets at the KSTR Wildlife SanctuaryPhoto: Monkey enclosure the KSTR Wildlife SanctuaryPhoto: Marmoset in the wildPhoto: Marmoset in the wildPhoto: Monkey enclosure at the sanctuaryPhoto: End of enclosure at the sanctuary with rainforest muralPhoto: Last triplet marmosett. We believe him to be male and he was raised by Barb and another volunteer and then by me. He is very talkative and curious and loves to run around. He is slowly growing used to his family members. ...more to come! Photo by Martie StothoffPhoto: New born twins that were born only 15 days ago. They are becoming more and more active, lifting their heads and looking around. They are even crying when they are hungry or uncomfortable.  Photos by Martie StothoffPhoto: New born twinsPhoto: New born twinsPhoto: Baby marmosetPhoto: Photo: