What Does A Finger Monkey Look Like?

A Finger Monkey, also commercially known as a Pocket Monkey and scientifically known as a Pygmy Marmoset, are a type of small primate native to the rainforest canopies of South America. They have incredibly soft, dense fur that can come in a range of colors, including gold, grey, brown-gold and black-brown. Finger Monkeys are incredibly small creatures, typically growing to

5-5 inches when fully grown and weighing less than 5 oz. They have small, round heads, large ears, and expressive black eyes.

Their tails are typically as long as their bodies and they have two fingers on each hand and three toes on each foot, allowing them to skillfully and quickly climb up the treetops.

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