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Baby Pygmy Marmosets

 

 

Squirrel Monkey

 

 

Spider Monkey

With its very long arms the spider monkey may be the most acrobatic of all the monkeys, looping and swinging very long distances

 

 

Tufted Capuchins

 

 

White-faced Saki Monkey

 

 

Golden Lion Tamarin

 

 

Golden Lion Tamarin Close-up

 

 

Emperor Tamarin

 

 

Owl or Night Monkey

 

 

Owl or Night Monkey Family

The owl monkeys are rain forest monkeys that have a bit of an owlish face that always seems to be smiling. They have many different vocalizations, up to 50 or more, including a piercing alarm shriek. They are night eaters, usually in pairs, they go browsing and foraging, eating fruit, leaves, and insects in the dark forest. In the daytime they sleep together in small family groups within hallowed-out trees

 

 

Howler Monkey

Who is the loudest monkey in all the jungle? That's right, the Howler isn't called that for nothing. Their howl can be heard from 3-4 miles (4-6.5 km) away and perhaps even 10. They are also the largest types of monkeys found in the Americas standing up to 2 feet (0.6 m) tall

 

Old World

 

 

Spectacled Langur

These Langurs are leaf eaters and are also known as the Dusky Leaf Monkey. They are not aggresive although they are territorial and stay in troops with a male leader and many females. They prefer trees and daylight and have good hearing and vision

 

 

Golden Snub-Nosed Monkeys

These are some colorful Asian animals. They live very high in the trees in secluded densely forested areas, sometimes in very large groups. The fur on their backs can grow to be fairly long. A few specimens of a new species were recently found in a remote part of Myanmar. They are very photogenic be sure to check out their page here: snub-nosed monkeys

 

 

Patas Monkey

The patas monkey is slender with long arms and legs, better suited to walking and running than to moving in the trees. They are very fast on the ground moving up to 55 kph or 34 mph. They do prefer to sleep in trees and will each sleep in their own separate tree. They live in Central Africa and the males have blue scrotums

 

 

Colobus Monkey

The Colobus is born white and turns black (with white coloring) while still very young. They have no thumbs and prefer treetops and tender leaves in Eastern Africa

 

 

Red Colobus Monkey

The Red Colobus also eats mostly leaves. They can eat from more than 60 different kinds of plants. Sometimes they can share trees with other monkeys since their diet does not overlap with that of the other monkeys

 

 

Mother and Baby Colobus Guerezas

 

 

Drill

The Drill is an endangered primate. In the equatorial region of Africa the drill is known as "bushmeat" and eaten. Their habitat has also been largely destroyed. Drills move on the ground and in the lower levels of trees and eat mostly fruit

 

 

DeBrazzas Monkey

DeBrazza's monkeys employ a variety of gestures to communicate with each other. These include staring, staring with mouth open, head-bobbing, the fearful grimace, yawning and head-shaking. These gestures have to do with displays of aggression or appeasement

 

 

Douc Langur Monkey

 

 

Mandrill

 

Roloway Monkey

 

Apes (not really monkeys)

 

 

Baby Orangutan

 

 

Chimpanzee

 

 

Gibbon

The Gibbon (13 species) - fast, agile, vocal and social, they are closer to monkeys than the great apes

 

 

Gibbon