Photo: World Wildlife Fund

Love a Cottontop Tamarin

Tamarins live in groups of four to 15, and generally only one dominant female in the group breeds per season. The breeding female produces a pheromone to suppress breeding and delay puberty in other females. All the members of the familial group help care for the breeding pair’s offspring, usually twins.

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