White-faced sakis have shaggy coats with sexually dichromatic coloration. The males have a dark coat and a white face. The females do not have a white face. Their fur is brown except for a pale belly and white stripes beneath each the eyes. The sakis earned the nickname “Flying Monkeys” because of their leaping ability. They can leap up to 32 feet. They hop bipedally, but leap, walk, and climb on all fours.
On exhibit in Learning Center: Male: 1, Female: 1