The guenons are a 26-species Old World monkey group. Long tails let monkeys move gracefully. Many guenons have beautiful fur patterns and food-storing cheek pouches.


New World monkeys reside in the rainforest. This monkey's name comes from its loud barks or roars. Vocalizations can be heard up to 3 miles distant.


Capuchin monkeys are noted for their dexterity and intelligence. These little monkeys react well to instruction. While capuchins are mostly found in rainforests, they can also be found in mangroves and dry forests.


These monkeys have lengthy limbs and prehensile tails for swinging. Spider monkeys cuddle and wrap tails around each other. Spider monkeys lack thumbs, therefore they rely on their tails.


Macaques are native to Africa and Asia. Japanese macaques love hot springs. Europe's sole monkey is the barbary macaque. Macaques communicate using vocalisations, facial expressions, and posture.


Woolly monkeys have thick, silky fur. These monkeys can move fast across the Amazon because to their prehensile tails. Woolly monkeys are gregarious, sharing food to bond.


Grivet and vervet monkeys are related. It has olive or silvery grey fur, with a black patch on its face, depending on the species. This African monkey has been introduced to St.


From afar, a marmoset looks like a squirrel. These jungle monkeys have black, brown, silver, and orange fur. Pygmy marmosets are the smallest monkeys.  Marmosets lack prehensile tails, unlike most New World monkeys. 


Gray langurs spend time on the ground and in the woods. They walk on all fours but can leap 15 feet on two legs. Once considered a single species, hanuman monkeys now include eight species.


Baboons are one of the largest monkeys, reaching 34 inches tall and 82 pounds. There are six baboon species, including the yellow and kinda. Baboons dwell in troop-like groups. Baboon troops can number hundreds.


Mandrills are related to baboons and are dubbed "forest baboons." Mandrills are the world's largest monkeys, slightly larger than baboons.Mandrills are simple to spot thanks to their red and blue patterns.


Geladas live in Ethiopia's mountains and have brilliant red chest markings. Because of this, they're called "bleeding-heart monkeys." They have hairless faces and lengthy backs.


Sakis have lengthy, shaggy fur even on their faces. Round faces, lean bodies, and bushy tails. Sakis live in monogamous families. Six-month-old saki young stay with their families to assist care for newborns.


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