What Is a Finger Monkey?

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Just as the name suggests, a finger monkey is a pigmy marmoset primate that is finger size in length. They are inhabitants of the rain-forests of Bolivia, Brazil, Ecuador, Colombia and Peru. Other common names used to refer to them are 'pocket monkey' or 'tiny lion.'
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1. Trace your child's finger onto a piece of brown felt. Cut a rectangle slightly larger than the finger out of the felt. 2. Place the rectangle on another piece of brown felt to
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1 to 5 lbs. but a finger monkey's cost is from $2,200 and more. But you may be able to find less priced Finger Monkeys.
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Fingermonkey.net is a site that you can play free flash games at, run by AndrewE aka Monkey
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You mean a marmoset. And they are lots of work and money. The monkey alone can range from $1500-6000(depending on sub species) They need a specializrd diet, exotic vet, toys, enrichment
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