Monkey Land - Part 7: Capuchins

This is the seventh installment in a series of posts touring a primate-themed zoo which I built in 2021, named Monkey Land. You can read an introduction for it here.

This is the view of the capuchin enclosure from Gorilla Outlook:

I built the enclosure to appear quite dated and tall as I wanted it to look like an old gibbon enclosure — something which adds some history to the park. It features a tall, fully enclosed outdoor enclosure, as well as a viewing area for a small indoor enclosure:

The enclosure features a network of logs and ropes for the capuchins to climb on and they're all fully usable. The enclosure is mostly viewed through mesh but there's also a single viewing window to offer an alternative viewing experience:

There's six Colombian white-faced capuchins in the enclosure (2.2.2). The species is surprisingly rare at real British zoos but I understand they're quite common in the pet trade. If Monkey Land was real, it would have probably taken in a few ex-pets:

Around the side, there's two keeper access doors for the indoor and outdoor enclosures. I added signs above them to indicate they're off-limits to the public: 

The viewing area for the indoor enclosure is covered, which helps keep things dry whenever it rains and also reduces glass reflections (one of my pet peeves at zoos). I also added a sign nearby which I made before we got the custom billboards:
The indoor enclosure is fairly barebones in keeping with the basic and outdated aesthetic I was aiming for:

In the next post, we're going to take a look at the final animal exhibit: Kings of the Treetops.