The white faces saki lives in southern and eastern Venezuela, the Guianas, and northeastern Brazil. The body length of a white faced saki is twelve to sixteen inches, with the tail approximately the same length. Male sakis are black except for the head which is whitish to reddish. Females are brown to brow-gray and have bright white to pale red stripes extending from the corner of each eye to the corners of the mouth. White faced sakis have a single baby a year which is cared for by the mother. These creatures ear berries, other fruits, honey, leaves, flowers, small mammals like mice and bats, as well as small birds. Their average life span is fifteen years. These animals are hunted for food and captured for pets, but are not said to be endangered.