What Does a Monkey Look like?


Monkey species such as the cottontop have a long neck and white hair from the forehead to the shoulder. These monkeys which only weigh 0.5 kg are scientifically known as Saguinus Oedipus. Their tails are 89 cm long and they are very flexible and hairless.
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well some monkeys look like this,they are all diffrent sizes though.
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Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Primates
Monkeys are primates in the families Cebidae and Cercopithecidae, the New World and Old World monkeys, respectively. There are over 130 species, placed into 29 genera. Monkeys live in Asia, Africa, and Central and South America.
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How monkeys look depends on the species. Monkeys can range in size from 5 inches to just over 3 feet long. They are covered with fur that can be a variety of colors, like white, yellow, brown, and black. You can find more information here: http://scienceblogs.com/purepedantry/upload/2007/05/normal_ABM-capuchin%20monkey-monteverde.jpg
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