Monkeys – For Kids – Amazing Animal Books for Young Readers

Monkeys – For Kids – Amazing Animal Books for Young Readers

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Monkeys – For Kids – Amazing Animal Books for Young Readers

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Table of Contents

1. Fascinating Facts about Monkeys
2. Where Monkeys Live
3. What Monkeys Eat
4. Pet Monkeys
5. Species of Monkeys
6. Endangered Monkeys
7. Rain Forest Monkeys
8. Baby Monkeys
9. Small Monkeys
10. Howler Monkeys
11. Marmoset Monkeys
12. Snow Monkey
13. Spider Monkeys
14. Capuchin Monkeys
15. Squirrel Monkeys

1. Fascinating Facts about Monkeys

Here are few fascinating facts about monkeys!
1. Monkeys peel their bananas before eating them.
2. The word monkey means curious and mischievously behaving animal.
3. Most monkeys have a pouch in their cheek used to store food. This way they
can gather food extremely fast, and chew and swallow it later.
4. Monkeys grab using their fingers AND toes.
5. Monkeys spend most of their time resting, over 80% of its lifetime.

A golden lion tamarin monkey (Leontopithecus rosalia)

6. Howls from monkeys can be heard from two miles away in the forest and over
three miles in the open.
7. The Mirikina monkey live in South America, it makes such horrible noises at,
the natives nick-named it the “devil monkey.”
8. The Red Colobus monkeys, are hunted by man and chimpanzees, for food.
9. Titim monkeys in South America are the most romantic monkeys. They have
only have one life-long mate. Titim monkeys have been seen together holding
hands, cuddling, and twisting their tails together. These monkeys also can
become very worried, if they are not together.
10. Capuchins monkeys or ringtails have many useful skills. They use rocks to
crack open nuts in order to eat what is inside. They will rub caterpillars against
a branch to remove its hair, before eating it. Ringtails also use branches from
the forest to cub snakes to death.
11. Squirrel monkeys have over twenty sounds that are unique only to them.
12. Monkeys were one the most popular animals, they have been seen in paintings
on the walls of caves and used in rock art.
13. In the ancient civilizations of China, India, Egypt, and Greece monkeys were
considered symbolic, as they represented human beings.
14. Monkeys have adapted over thousands of years here are some of the changes: