MonkeyBoo: The capuchins Michael has been around are not true pet capuchins, sounds
like much more of a zoo monkey, raised much different than a true pet
monkey. Monkeyboo has never thrown poop(lol) at someone and contradicts
most of what is said in this video...he is right that a capuchin is a lot
of responsibility, but not impossible as he makes it sound
Elle Hax: What a piece of crap! Obviously those monkeys dont love him because he is
selling them! Adopting a monkey and taking true care of it is different
than raising it as a product! freak this evil bastard that creates life to
profit! Don't pay any breeders, ever! If they make money from it then they
are going to breed again and again. ADOPT!
BigRazdon: 6grand in america ? i can buy one right now 300 euro in ireland but yes i
agree there dangerious get one nutoride as soon as possible
Biloca Castro: Monkeys are not meant to be pets, live them in their own habitat being what
they are, wild animals. Marmosets bite too, pee on you, etc. when they
mature… The more you buy them here in the U.S> the more poachers will hunt
and kill in Brazil to get them here to sell. Leave them alone!!
eXtreme Power Couple: Plz don't record next to a fountain. It's hard to hear you
Kman Mallet: if u look at his web site they mainly sell tamirins or finger monkeys....
they want u to buy them. my freind has a 14 year old one i didnt get pissed
on and it didnt act aggressive at all
Andre Roberge: haha hangover
Nik Gienger: If you get a male cant you just remove his testicles?
ruubz001: does the same go for squirrel monkeys ?
Carlos Rosa: Actually if you create a bond with a monkey when it's growing up , it will
have a connection with you and not be mean to you, and thats with almost
ALL animals. if any animals love someone a lot or create a bond with you
will not abuse you.
Paddy Hackett: Come on, you just want to have people support your business and buy
marmosets that you sell.
latrae mewanu: Beautiful Capuchin Monkeys for sale .Contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org
or via text on (301) 349-6581 for more info & pics.
Bahama Bob: What the freak dude? all I said was that I agree with that guy that they did
actually show a monkey peeing in movies. I know its freaking fake. But the
guy in the video said they don't show them peeing, which they freaking do in
the night at the museum. I never said what happened in a movie must be
true, but they did show them peeing in a movie, and it is true. It's called
a representation of something that happens in real life, done in a movie,
Bahama Bob: dude, you started the insulting thing, my only point is that you can't say
they never showed us a monkey peeing on someone.
Bahama Bob: of course I know it's fake you dope, I was just saying that they do show
examples of them peeing on people in films
Confedyank: Watch the Zoo Keeper, there's animals that talks in that movie, including a
Capuchin Monkey. So, according to you, it must be true? Or should I ask Mr.
Confedyank: I believe what you're looking for is at an orphanage, not a pet, lol.
Confedyank: I'm just saying for actions of animals that they actually do. I'm not
referring to acting. You honestly can't say movies are real. They're called
movies, & not Footage for a reason.
Confedyank: I think that's an experience & training thing. 1st I think his reference is
that how most people want to treat them like dogs or cats, & just ignore
them after a while. Although, you must admit the lines given to the
Capuchin monkey about throwing poop in The Zoo Keeper was kinda funny. just
curious, was that Crystal?
HappyQuailsFarm: Why not travel and study them in their natural environment and volunteer at
a rescue? I say this seriously I have considered it myself. You could
cuddle orphans to your heart's content and of a type of your choice. There
might even be local resources to facilitate such a stay. That is the way to
go. See the video in here of the foreign rescue for Orangs and Capuchins as
well as other various local species.
Confedyank: I have put thought to that, but I grew up in city & I honestly don't do
well in nature. I'm still trying to figure out basics of camping, lol. I
actually do volunteer work in other places atm, so it's better for someone
that is more wise to that than me.
Bahama Bob: so, you're saying, for something to be honest in a movie, it actually has
to happen? so when someone dies in a movie, you actually want them to die
or else it's just fake?
Confedyank: Nice to see replies with multiple opinions. I've been interested in having
a Capuchin Monkey as a pet, not because they're cute. Because I've seen
actual ones do amusing stuff. (flinging poo wasn't it) I have no delusions
about monkeys being domestic animals like dogs, cats, or horses. Because no
one has went through decades of breeding to make them so. I looked into
Capuchin monkeys because of interested in just what they are.
Confedyank: In that same movie it's a representation that magic exists & wax figures
can come to life. My point is, using something that is faked as
representation from a Hollywood movie is about as far off basis that you
can get. That movie represented a lot of things, including a guy standing &
having a slapping fest with a Capuchin monkey. Which I honestly hope you
wouldn't try that to see if they'd do it in real life. Also, no reason to
insult & be rude.
HappyQuailsFarm: "Off basis"? It is off base as in baseball. "Off basis" is meaningless and
they only sound alike.
MonkeyBoo: 2:30 I have never thrown poop! LMAO MonkeyBoo is everything complete
opposite of what he says. I also have been around other capuchins and never
had any problem or fear
Bahama Bob: Dude, they showed a monkey peeing in a movie, and monkeys actually do that.
So, please just stop replying, cause I'm not going to reply again if u do
Confedyank: My point was simply that it's not really honest in saying that there is a
representation when it's faked. I would honestly say it is shown when they
actually show it, instead of faking.
Confedyank: I would like to see videos of those Capuchin monkeys. Not trying to sound
ignorant, but I've only few times gotten to see them just be themselves.
Confedyank: because it's faked. You honestly believed that a monkey can pee that far
out? Also, you believe an actor would stand there as he's being peed on?
Even if a monkey really did pee on an actor or actress, either that monkey
or the person wouldn't be in the movie. In the behind the scenes, they even
shown it really was just a squirt bottle & colored water.
Confedyank: Because they're much friendlier & cuter than Capuchin monkeys [Sarcasm] Oh,
look honey, she's digging her claws in, she's in cuddly mood! Read the
book, what does it say her mood is when she's digging her teeth in?
Primatologist: I'm not telling you that you should not WANT a monkey. You want a monkey
because you are selfish (as are all people who want to own any animal- I'm
selfish for owning my dog because I like dogs and think they are cute- I
own him for my own benefit). Even if you do all of those things, you can
not force a primate to become domesticated. They are wild animals. Their
populations in the wild are dwindling because of the pet trade. Most
people, by the way, can not do all of those things.
MonkeyBoo: MonkeyBoo is not sad! and Boo is domesticated! Monkeys are wild animals
right? Hmm you know horses are wild, dogs, cats, pretty much any animal.
Think about it, primates are much smarter than most other animals, the
other animals have adapted to live with people, some animals (horses) are
basically used as slaves, do you stand up for these other animals also, or
are you a hypocrite? I bet you have a pet bird! LMAO
sexynred13 .: your'
MrSlothymcsloth: It all depends on how well you train/care for them...
MonkeyBoo: Hmm what do you think I was wrong about?
Inita Lesinska: capuchin
Primatologist: Selling STUFF on YouTube isn't irresponsible, but selling ENDANGERED OR
EXOTIC ANIMALS is terrible. These animals should NOT be allowed in ANY
human homes- they are not domesticated and their health and mental welfare
rapidly declines in human homes.
MonkeyBoo: $600 is a scam, report those scum bags
HammieLoveRox: Excuse me first people are to say monkey are a bad animal if you don't like
them then why comment they are cute and if the are in the wild there
trained so I get your point but pet ones are trained
jerry hopper: Yup got to get one for shcool
Primatologist: You obviously don't know about primate biology or behavior. Neurosis is
EXTREMELY common in pet primates. This can be for a number of factors,
including being removed from their parents at too young of an age. Neurosis
isn't only caused from neglect. Neurosis can also be caused by inadequate
exposure to con-specifics. Furthermore, yes HUMANS DO HAVE DISEASES.
Diseases that we can and DO transfer to pet monkeys. We also cause them to
get diseases like diabetes from inappropriate feeding.
2011HADRIAN: I would say a marmoset since: 1. Most monkey videos from his channel are
about them 2. The do not get very big
292christopher: It's quit common for primates to through poop
ᵖᵒᵒᵖ: I'm just going to be honest with you, no one knows who you are and really
don't care. And it also goes to show how far arrogance spreads. If you
honestly don't think Capuchins are that bad, just leave your opinion to
yourself, being an ass won't help your reputation.
NoiseContinuumRec: Not that it matters but do you have any african american lineage?
peter lauk: Would spay or neutering help with the aggression you discuss?
Primatologist: I do spider monkey research in Punta Laguna, Mexico every summer. These
primates are happy and healthy, and are not required to wear a leash. They
are also part of a large fission-fusion social group in which they can mate
and establish appropriate dominance hierarchies. Spider monkeys in zoos are
exposed to other spider monkeys with whom they can form social
relationships. Spider monkeys in zoos aren't forced to wear leashes when
they go "outside".
Primatologist: Do you still have the monkey? I don't see him in any of your videos. This
man is educated about primates and is trying to save the life of monkeys
that don't deserve to be tortured in human homes until humans realize they
can't properly care for them. I am a primate behaviorist. I can assure you,
you will change your mind from experience. It is extremely cruel to own a
monkey, especially because so many people end up giving them up which
causes the monkey to become depressed and neurotic.
RaidBossGG: go adopt a child