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Gold Headed Tamarin LimitedAmazon
Gold headed tamarin single
Details
Lvl req. 20
Type Amazon Adventure
Area Amazon
Shop / Animal
Cost Coins2 770.000 / 770.000
Gain Veteran/ Gold headed tamarin single {{{GainVeteran}}}
Gain 09.2011/ Gold headed tamarin single Coins2 5.250
XP 525
Every 1 day, 1 hour
Breeding / Animal
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Cost Coins2 770.000 / 770.000
in 1 day, 16 hours
Instant Zoo bucks 20/20
Reward for completing a Family
Family XP 525
Family Gain Coins2 7.700
Crossbreeding / Animal
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The Gold Headed Tamarin is a part of the Amazon Adventure themed collection.

Golden headed tamarin modal

The golden-headed lion tamarin (Leontopithecus chrysomelas) is a lion tamarin endemic to Brazil. It is found only in the lowland and premontane tropical forest fragments in the state of Bahia, and therefore is considered to be an endangered species. It lives at heights of 3–10 metres (9.8–33 ft). Its preferred habitat is within mature forest, but with habitat destruction this is not always the case. Several sources seem to have different information on the number of individuals within a group, and the type of social system that may be apparent. The golden-headed lion tamarin lives within group sizes ranging from 2 to 11 individuals, the average sizes ranges from 4 to 7. According to various sources, the group may consist of two adult males, one adult female, and any immature individuals, one male and one female and any immature individuals, or there may be one producing pair and a varying number of other group members, usually offspring from previous generations. There is not much known on its mating system, but according to different sources, and information on the possible social groups, it can be assumed that some may practice monogamous mating systems, and some may practice polyandrous mating systems. Both males and females invest energy in caring for the young, and all members of the group also help with juvenile care.
Source: wikipedia.org