Sakis' bodies and faces are covered with luxuriant, shaggy fur. Round faces, long, slim bodies, bushy tails. Sakis have monogamous families. Six-month-old saki young stay with their families to assist care for new newborns.
The monkey has a long, big snout. Its nose may increase its vocalisations. Two kinds of proboscis monkeys live alone on Borneo, a Southeast Asian island.
Geladas reside in Ethiopia's mountains and have crimson chests. So-called "bleeding-heart monkeys" Their faces and backs are bald. Geladas aren't baboons; they're a different group.
Tree-dweller African monkeys eat fruit leaves. As they age, colobus monkeys' white fur develops markings. When food is scarce, these monkeys will leave the trees.
Tamarin monkeys are 5.1-11.8 inches tall. Their lengthy fingers let them grasp insects and lizards. Golden lion tamarins and cotton-top tamarins are endangered.
Forest baboons are another name for mandrills. Mandrills are the world's largest monkeys, slightly larger than baboons. Mandrills are simple to spot thanks to their red and blue patterns.
Drills are baboon relatives with short tails and toothy smiles. Drills' blood arteries make their bottoms bright. Male drills might be twice as heavy as females, 75 pounds.
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.
Thicker eyebrows distinguish these African monkeys. The Patas monkey can travel faster than any other primate, reaching 30 mph. These monkeys can sprint on two legs to carry goods in both hands.