Other primates

The Amazon is home to a great number of primate species, and we feel blessed to personally know so many of them. Our primate residents are all species of new world monkeys.

Quite sadly, wild monkeys are popular pets for local residents. They are captured while very young, often after their mothers are killed. Many of them don't survive for very long, and the ones that do are doomed to a life of feeding on scraps, and living in a tiny cage.

The Environmental Police office in Iquitos often summons Team RAREC, to perform an emergency rescue of a poor primate being abused. We are always ready to jump into action, and there will always be room in our facility for a new resident. but deep in our heart of hearts, we wish there were never any more need for these rescues.

Leah, black capuchin monkey

We hope that our environmental education programs will reach the people, and make them realize the importance of letting these monkeys live their lives in their natural home, the Rainforest.

Tyriana, black capuchin monkey, perched on a volunteer.
Newton and Einstein, squirrel monkey.


Please contact us if you would like to be their sponsor and help us care for them during this crisis. They need a balanced diet based in dry fruits and a series of supplements.


The cost of capuchin's diet and nutritional supplements is:

 Leah US$ 13 USD per week

 Tyriana US$ 13 USD per week

 Mijael US$ 13 USD per week

 Tweedle Dee US$ 13 USD per week

 Tweedle Dum US$ 13 USD per week


The cost of capuchin's diet and nutritional supplements is:

 Einstein US$ 11 USD per week

 Newton US$ 11 USD per week


Please reach out If you're interested in helping us with one of them. You'll receive a Donor’s Certificate and updates of their progress. Thank you for your support!


Please send us your contribution by PayPal, to caringforthevoiceless@gmail.com, you can also donate and name a friend or family member as the Sponsor of them, as a gift.


You can contact RAREC Administrator at rarec.center.adm@gmail.com if you require more details about their feeding.