Because the red-handed tamarin has gold hands, it is also known as the golden-handed tamarin.
Because of its ability to turn everything it touches into gold, it is also known as the Midas tamarin.
The red-handed tamarin turns everything it touches into gold. It is the richest, loneliest monkey.
It is an extremely nimble climber, strong jumper and wise counselor.
It turns everything it touches into gold. You can’t eat gold. And neither can the red-handed tamarin. An unpaid intern feeds it smoothies every day to a) keep the red-handed tamarin alive and b) have more experience on her résumé. Some critics say the red-handed tamarin should just eat things with gold silverware, but the red-handed tamarin has blocked them all on Twitter.
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The red-handed tamarin shares a birthday with…
Ian Craig Marsh, who convinced his bandmates in The Human League not to name themselves The Definitely Not Sentient Plants Bunch.
Emily Cranston, developer of the Rally’s “You Gotta Eat” campaign, which was the second draft of her original slogan pitch “It’s Better Than Starving!”
Spuds MacKenzie, the original party animal.
“Major League is a slam dunk!” – the tamarin’s review of the 1989 film Major League
What if it fought a bear?
One touch and the red-handed tamarin has a new bear statue.
Is it noble?
Don’t touch the red-handed tamarin.