Monkeys are as small as 6 inches long and 4 ounces to 3 feet long and weigh up to 77 pounds.
They use facial expressions, body language and vocalizations to communicate. They are aggressive when provoked and display deadly rage with exceptional strength. They express affection and make peace with other by grooming each other.
They are social creatures and live in families or troops comprising of hundreds of monkeys. They have a hierarchy structure and travel together to find food. Monkeys display signs of aggression such as grinning, head bobbing, yawning and jerking the head and shoulders forward.
Are closely related to humans and possess nearly 91% of the same DNA.
Are mostly semi-aquatic animals that belong to the same family as badgers, polecats, weasels and wolverines.
Are extremely heavyweight animals with a round body, short, stocky legs and a large head.
Are members of the Felidae family and smallest of the big cats.
Are the only animals that have a DNA profile that is almost 98% similar to humans.
Are ‘prosimians’ or ‘pre-primates’ that translates roughly as ‘before monkeys’
Are birds of prey with upright postures and forward-facing eyes, belonging to the order ‘Strigiformes’.
Are the largest of the living primates and they share 98% of their genes with humans.
Are warm-blooded marine mammals with round eyes and long whiskers around the mouth.