You can find our pair of silvery marmosets between the ring-tailed lemur island and agouti enclosure.
The silvery marmoset is native to a small area of the Amazon rainforest in eastern Brazil.
These primates are gumivorous animals, which means that they primarily consume sap and gum of trees. Silvery marmosets may also eat leaves, fruits and insects.
The silvery marmoset is widespread throughout its range but the population is thought to be decreasing. Their main threat is severe loss of habitat from logging and development and in some parts of their range, they are captured and kept as a pet species.