Where Do Monkeys Sleep?

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Monkeys normally sleep on the branches of trees. Most monkeys live in tropical regions of America Africa and Asia. There are at least 145 living species of monkeys that are found all over the world.
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Well, Monkeys like to sleep high up in trees, because the tree provides a place of safety for them. They usually sleep between branches but baby monkeys are known to sleep in their
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Monkeys simply sleep on convenient tree branches without making nests. ChaCha for now!
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All of the more than 200 species of monkeys are primates, like humans, giving birth to babies and then nursing them. They live in communities called troops. Those that live on the
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Good question. I'm not a squirrel expert, it seems to me after a few minutes of googling that they all sleep in nests. However, the location and type of nest can depend on the type
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The baby monkeys sleep in their mother's arms high in the tree branches as well as the adult monkeys. Monkeys sleep in the trees to keep safe from their predators. You can find more information here: http://anthro.palomar.edu/behavior/behave_3.htm
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