Serra do Caraça Reserve

Serra do Caraça is a 11,000 ha private reserve, located in the State of Minas Gerais in South-Eastern Brazil. The habitat is a mountainous transition zone between Atlantic and xeric forest of small thorny trees and shrubs. The site contains five primate species, black-fronted titi monkeys, black-tufted-ear marmosets, white-fronted marmosets, capuchin monkeys and Southern brown howler monkeys.


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