Central and Eastern parts of Canada and the United States
Look who's moving in. Some group of white-footed tamarins has moved from the forest habitat to sub-urban gardens that offer orchards and small patches of forest. In their new neighborhoods, they don't have to range as far to satisfy their craving for fruit. A staple the supplement with insects, frogs and lizards. To keep mothers from being weighed down with their twins when foraging, other group members help carry the youngsters. But with forests vanishing and limited vacancies in the suburbs, how can this tamarin carry on?
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