Geoffroy’s spider monkeys (Ateles geoffroyi), also called black-handed spider monkeys, live in groups in the upper levels of the rainforest.
Ripe fruit makes up the largest part of their diet, although they will eat plants and even small insects.
Central American coastal regions and lowland rain forests.
These monkeys are listed as endangered and are protected throughout much of their range.
These cheeky monkeys have a strong prehensile tail that may be used as another limb.