Apes: Apes are not monkeys. Apes do not have tails, while most monkey species do. Apes tend to be larger than monkeys and usually have larger brains. Apes also tend to live longer than monkeys.
Pygmy marmoset: The smallest monkey in the world, with a body as little as five inches and a tail the length of seven inches. For comparison, they are about the size of a hamster, can fit in the palm of a human hand, and they weigh the same as a pack of cards.
3 miles: Howler monkeys’ howls can be heard about three miles away in open area and two miles in the forest. While they are the loudest monkey in existence, they spend 80% of their time resting.
Uncle Fat: A morbidly obese wild macaque in Thailand that gorged himself on junk food and soda left behind by tourists. At the time of his rescue, Uncle Fat tipped the scales at 60 pounds, three times the weight of a normal-sized macaque. He served as an example to not feed wild monkeys.
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