In the wild 7 to 8 years; up to 17 years under human care
74 to 77 days
|Number of young at birth:||
3 to 7
|Age of maturity:||2 years|
29 to 54 in long
7 to 13 lbs
|Size at birth:||
Coat is typically gray and brown with silver grizzling on the sides of arms. Feature a long ringed tail and highly mobile, upturned and elongated snout
Come visit CB, DT, LT and VB inside the Vanishing Kingdom.
- Diet: insects, fruit, lizards, rodents, small birds and eggs
- Range: Southeast Arizona, Mexico, Central America, West Columbia and Ecuador
- Habitat: Tropical lowlands, dry high-altitude forests, grasslands and on the edge of forests
- Males are solitary and females live in highly organized groups – often caring for each other’s young.
- Have strong forelimbs and long claws
- Can reverse their ankles and descend trees head first. Their long tail is used for balance while climbing.