The tail of the Schmidt’s guenon is red and longer than its body, giving it the additional common name of the red-tailed monkey. They are also called the spot-nosed monkey because of their face markings.
- Scientific Name: Cercopithecus ascanius schmidti
- Range: Uganda, Zaire, Kenya, Zambia, Angola, Central African Republic
- Status in the Wild: Stable
- Location in the Zoo: Wortham World of Primates
- Cool Animal Fact: Live in social groups of 7-35 individuals, with one adult male, multiple females and their young.