**Capuchin monkeys are native to Central and South America, and live in several habitats, including tropical rainforest, cloud forests, and mangroves. They are also found in dry deciduous forests, tropical wetlands, and rocky areas. Capuchin monkeys live in groups of up to 30 individuals, with a single male leader, and a few female helpers.
They make their home high in the trees, using their prehensile tail as a fifth limb to help them navigate the branches. **