The Golden bellied capuchin monkey (also known as the buffy headed capuchin and yellow breasted capuchin) is one of the most threatened of the Atlantic rainforest and neotropical primates due to the nature of the threats it faces from deforestation and the subsequent genetic inbreeding that comes as a result of habitat fragmentation. However, it is a species that appears to be kept by a few zoos around the world and so I thought I'd ask the opinions of zoochatters on the following questions: How common is the golden bellied capuchin monkey kept by zoos in ex-situ captive breeding programs outside of Brazil? Due to this critically endangered status should the golden bellied capuchin replace the more common Cebidae species such as the tufted capuchin or perhaps even squirrel monkeys in zoos ? For those of you who have seen these in zoos what do you find interesting (or not interesting as the case may be) about the golden bellied capuchin? What are the best enclosures for this species that you have seen in a zoo ? Is it a primate species that bores you or is it charismatic enough that you would like to see more of these monkeys kept by zoos ? Look forward to your replies ! Photo credit to @TDH.