Parco Natura Viva has successfully bred this species for years within the International EEP Programme. Now the park hosts two females, mother and daughter, that live in an exhibit in the area of America. The mother is one of the two female ancestors of the individuals born in the park and was taken from a biomedical research lab together with other tamarins.
They have both an external and internal exhibit and their diet comprise mainly fruits and insects like the diet they would have in nature. They are very active animals with a rapid metabolism and thus they consume a lot of energy.
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