Titi monkeys are typically social animals that live in groups of 2 to 7 individuals. Within these groups, they communicate using vocalizations. These calls are also used to define boundaries and mark territories. These primates can be seen twining their tails while perched in trees which is believed to help strengthen their bond with one another. They live in trees and move through the lower levels of the forest but rarely come to the ground to travel.
Males are the primary caregivers after the offspring’s first month of life