Just curious... Who the hell gives a baby to a chimpanze??! - someone that has seen the chimpanze hold & love a kitty...

Just curious... Who the hell gives a baby to a chimpanze??! - someone that has seen the chimpanze hold & love a kitty...

Nonhuman primates living in large social groups may use facial complexity to tell each other apart.

Why Monkeys and Apes Have Colorful Faces

Primates Poster 24x36 by Feenixx Publishing This order, Primates, includes the lemurs, tarsiers, monkeys and apes. Most live in tropical or subtropical regions of the Americas, Africa and Asia. Fossil

Laminated Primates Poster 24x36, Monkey, Ape, Lemur

Primates Poster 24x36 by Feenixx Publishing This order, Primates, includes the lemurs, tarsiers, monkeys and apes. Most live in tropical or subtropical regions of the Americas, Africa and Asia. Fossil

Sifaka - A genus of lemur [Propithecus] in Primate order; found only on island of Madagascar and all species are threatened.

Sifaka - A genus of lemur [Propithecus] in Primate order; found only on island of Madagascar and all species are threatened.

Saguinus spp. | The Midas tamarin or midas group,  the Brazilian bare-faced tamarin or bicolor group, and  the Colombian and Panamanian bare-face tamarin or oedipus group.  Illustrations by Stephen D. Nash. Species New to Science: [Mammalogy • 2016] Taxonomic Review of the New World Tamarins (Primates: Callitrichidae); Saguinus spp. & Leontocebus spp.

Saguinus spp. | The Midas tamarin or midas group, the Brazilian bare-faced tamarin or bicolor group, and the Colombian and Panamanian bare-face tamarin or oedipus group. Illustrations by Stephen D. Nash. Species New to Science: [Mammalogy • 2016] Taxonomic Review of the New World Tamarins (Primates: Callitrichidae); Saguinus spp. & Leontocebus spp.

Golden monkey from the mountains of China - Golden snub-nosed monkey possibly fed up with that photographer getting in his face all the time. Well, actually most of my portraits of this rare and endangered primate are taken at a distance of less than 5 meters, and they really did not seem to mind, which made the days we spent in their company a really special and peaceful experience. Qinling Mountains, Shaanxi, China.

Golden monkey from the mountains of China - Golden snub-nosed monkey possibly fed up with that photographer getting in his face all the time. Well, actually most of my portraits of this rare and endangered primate are taken at a distance of less than 5 meters, and they really did not seem to mind, which made the days we spent in their company a really special and peaceful experience. Qinling Mountains, Shaanxi, China.

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