These diminutive monkeys have long, non-prehensile tails, and they have a silky fur often of varied and beautiful colors.
The tail is long, round, and covered with short hair; but tufted at the extremity and non-prehensile.
Their tail, though long, has no naked area at the extremity and is non-prehensile.
The molar teeth are small; the tail, which in some is long, in others short, is non-prehensile.
Wallace, in a residence of four years, saw twenty-one species—seven with prehensile and fourteen with non-prehensile tails.
The genus Pithecia, the Sakis, consists of five species with long bushy tails, which are non-prehensile.
prehensile pre·hen·sile (prē-hěn'səl, -sīl')
Adapted for seizing, grasping, or holding, especially by wrapping around an object.