LandScapes from Panamá

FieldWork Adventures across Panamá

Impressive to see this individual swimming in the Gatun Lake, near Barro Colorado Nature Monument. Although northern tamanduas are adapted with claws, this individual showed to be a great swimmer. 

This is the first report of habitual stone-tool use in a gracile capuchin: a population of white-faced capuchins (Cebus capucinus imitator) in Coiba National Park, Panama who habitually rely on hammerstone and anvil tool use to access structurally protected food items in coastal areas including Terminalia catappa} seeds, hermit crabs, marine snails, terrestrial crabs, and other items. In collaboration with Brendan barrett, meg crofoot and more!