White-headed Capuchin Cebus capucinus

Capuchin monkeys are named after their apparent resemblance to the Capuchin monks.

White-headed Capuchin
White-headed Capuchin
The White-headed Capuchin, also called White-faced (although the face is pink), is native to forests of Central America and northern Colombia. They live in large groups. Known for their intelligence, they use tools and have been trained by man to assist organ grinders and, more recently, disabled persons.