Monkey Breed & Train

  • Breed Name: Monkey
  • Phylum: Chordata
  • Kingdom: Animalia
  • Monkey is a term that is applied descriptively to groups of primates, such as families of New World monkeys and Old World monkeys
  • Lifespan:
    • Mandrill: 20 years
    • Lion-tailed macaque: 20 years
  • Mass:
    • Rhesus macaque: 7.7 kg
    • Mandrill: 19 – 37 kg
  • Height:
    • Mandrill: 55 – 65 cm
    • Japanese macaque: 57 cm
  • Length:
    • Rhesus macaque: 53 cm
    • Mandrill: 75 – 95 cm
  • Diet & Feed:
    • Monkeys are omnivores
    • They eat meat and plant-based foods
    • Most monkeyseat nuts, fruits, seeds and flowers
    • Some monkeysalso eat meat in the form of bird’s eggs, small lizards, insects and spiders
  • Monkeys are intelligent, especially the Old World monkeys of Catarrhini
  • Distribution: Monkeys are found in Africa, Central Asia, Japan, and India, being their naturallocations
  • Reproduction Facts About Monkeys:
    • There is no fixed breeding season for Monkeys
    • Monkeys sexually mature between 4 and 5 years of age
    • Females are attracted towards the biggest and strongest males
    • Those who are the leaders of the group and strong ones that will breed within that group
    • Monkeys give birth only in couple of years
  • Representative Species: There are 264 known Monkey species including the Apes:
    • Bald uakari
    • Barbary macaque
    • Black-handed spider monkey
    • Black howler
    • Black snub-nosed monkey
    • Blue monkey
    • Bonnet macaque
    • Celebes crested macaque
    • Central American squirrel monkey
    • Chacma baboon
    • Common marmoset
    • Common squirrel monkey
    • Cotton-top tamarin
    • Crab-eating macaque
    • De Brazza’s monkey
    • Drill
    • Dusky leaf monkey
    • Emperor tamarin
    • Formosan rock macaque
    • Gelada
    • Golden lion tamarin
    • Francois’ leaf monkey
    • Golden monkey
    • Golden snub-nosed monkey
    • Green monkey
    • Grivet
    • Guinea baboon
    • Hamadryas baboon
    • Lion-tailed macaque
    • Japanese macaque
    • Mandrill
    • Mantled guereza
    • Mantled howler monkey
    • Northern plains gray langur
    • Olive baboon
    • Panamanian White-faced Capuchin
    • Proboscis monkey
    • Pygmy marmoset
    • Red-faced spider monkey
    • Red-shanked douc
    • Rhesus macaque
    • Silvery lutung
    • Sooty mangabey
    • Southern pig-tailed macaque
    • Stump-tailed macaque
    • Tufted capuchin
    • Venezuelan red howler
    • Vervet monkey
    • White-faced saki
    • Yellow baboon
    • Yellow-tailed woolly monkey

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