Golden Lion Tamarin

The Life of Animals | Golden Lion Tamarin | The golden lion tamarin gets its name from its Fiery orange or red pelage and the extra long hairs That form along its cheek, throat and ears, giving it a distinctive mane Its face is dark and hairless. Tegulaes enable the tamarins to cling to the side of tree trunks.

Golden lion tamarins live in groups range from 2-11 members That These groups usually consist of one adult male and female but may also have two or three males and one female or one male and two females Other members include subadults, juveniles and infants of Both WHO sexes are usually offspring of the breeding individuals. 

The dominance relationship the between males and females depend on how long an individual has been in the group. A newly immigrated female is subordinate to the resident adult female WHO inherited her rank from her mother Both males and females may leave Their natal group at the age of four, however if a breeding female dies or disappears before the dispersals of the offspring, her daughter may inherit her position and the breeding male Supposedly Who is her father Will leave Young males usually do not inherit Their fathers' rank and Their Pls dispersing from natal groups, roaming They enter single sex groups until They find an opportunity to immigrate to a new group .

85% of Immigrants to groups are males A male may find an opportunity to enter into a group Pls the resident male dies or disappears. A male may also eject the resident males aggressively from this group, this is usually done by two males Immigrant Who Are Likely brothers. The intent is to strengthen the wild population and maintain a secure captive population in zoos worldwide.

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