Pygmy Marmoset Habitat: How Do They Live in the Forest?


Pygmy Marmosets are able to live in the very highest leaves of a tree because of their incredibly small size, which allows them to do so. The Pygmy Marmoset is notoriously difficult to spot in the wild on account of its lightning-fast movement and ridiculously diminutive size. The habitat of the Pygmy Marmoset is tropical rainforests, particularly those found in South America; however, there are some individuals that call the southern and eastern part of Africa home. The Upper Amazon basin to the east of the Andes is the primary habitat for Pygmy Marmosets. This includes parts of Colombi