Monkeys
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Posted by: Admin, on 1/1/2012 , in category "Animals"

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Abstract: There are many different things that come to mind when we think about Monkeys. They are often seen as being cute and highly intelligent animals. There are many different species that have their own characteristics in terms of size, color, location, and even their abilities.




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There are many different things that come to mind when we think about Monkeys. They are often seen as being cute and highly intelligent animals. There are many different species that have their own characteristics in terms of size, color, location, and even their abilities. They are known for being good care givers to the young and even having some humanistic movements. Monkeys are like humans in many ways. For example they seem to explore many of the same emotions within their groups. They can show love, anger, sadness, mourn the loss of loved ones, and even laugh. They can be seen with smiles on their faces which often makes observers wonder what they are up to.
Monkeys on and around the of Waterfall are a treat to watch Little Monkey on the Road to Kas
Interesting & Amazing Information on Monkeys • Monkeys never catch cold. • Yawning of a monkey means that either he is tired or he is mad at something. • Monkeys never eat a banana as it is; rather they peel it first and throw away the peel. • Howler monkeys are the loudest monkeys and their howl can be heard as far as 10 miles away. • Monkeys live in groups, known as troops, and travel together to find food. • The tip of a spider monkey's tail can support the weight of his entire body. • Monkeys live in trees, grasslands, mountains, forests and on high plains. • A monkey was once tried and convicted for smoking a cigarette in South Bend, Indiana. • Monkeys can breed at any time of the year. • Spider-monkeys have appeared in more films than any other breed of monkey. • Most of the monkeys are arboreal, while some are also terrestrial. • Monkeys use vocalizations, facial expressions and body movements to communicate. • Grinning or pulling the lip is a sign of aggression in monkeys, along with head bobbing and jerking the head and shoulders forward.


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Comment posted by 114.143.35.153 on Tuesday, August 04, 2015 1:04 PM
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