Approximately 200 of the remaining mono titis live in the Manuel Antonio National Park nature preserve in Costa Rica. The habitats set aside for the mona titi is an area that is less than 3000 acres. Governmental policies have been supportful by means of setting aside 25% of the country as National Parks and protected lands.
What is being done is stopping big developments that will only further drive out the mono titi from its natural habitat, you can make donations towards their effort on their website (http://ecopreservationsociety.org/site/index.php/volunteer-opportunities).
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