QUIZ: Which Costa Rican Monkey Are You?

In the Osa Peninsula there live 4 types of monkeys: Howler monkeys, Spider monkeys, Squirrel monkeys and White-faced capuchins. Which monkey can you most relate to? Do the quiz and find out!

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On Jan 18, 2017

In the mornings you are:

What sort of person are you in terms of socialising?

When it comes to food, you are:

In terms of personality, would you consider yourself to be:

Pick a music genre:

You are a Squirrel monkey!

You are a Squirrel monkey!

Definitely the most social monkey, you love to chill out with friends and value time spent with your family.
You can see these monkeys, as well as the other species in this quiz, by volunteering on our Costa Rica Primate Project: https://frontier.ac.uk/projects/102/Costa-Rica-Big-Cats%2c-Primates-%26-Turtle-Conservation

You are a Spider monkey!

You are a Spider monkey!

You have a creative streak and an inquisitive nature about you. You can usually be found making something or just exploring.
You can see these monkeys, as well as the other species in this quiz, by volunteering on our Costa Rica Primate Project: https://frontier.ac.uk/projects/102/Costa-Rica-Big-Cats%2c-Primates-%26-Turtle-Conservation

You are a Howler monkey!

You are a Howler monkey!

You're outgoing and confident like the Howler Monkey and always stick to your guns; never afraid of letting your voice be heard.
You can see these monkeys, as well as the other species in this quiz, by volunteering on our Costa Rica Primate Project: https://frontier.ac.uk/projects/102/Costa-Rica-Big-Cats%2c-Primates-%26-Turtle-Conservation

You are a White-faced capuchin!

You are a White-faced capuchin!

You love trying new things, especially in regards to exciting foods, and your cheeky nature helps you form strong bonds with your closest friends.
You can see these monkeys, as well as the other species in this quiz, by volunteering on our Costa Rica Primate Project: https://frontier.ac.uk/projects/102/Costa-Rica-Big-Cats%2c-Primates-%26-Turtle-Conservation