Frans de Waal - Public Page  SPIDER  Southamerican spider monkeys often hang by their prehensile tails, photo by Tony Rath

Frans de Waal - Public Page SPIDER Southamerican spider monkeys often hang by their prehensile tails, photo by Tony Rath

i will attack you like a spider monkey!

i will attack you like a spider monkey!

Baby spider monkey

Baby spider monkey

Baby spider monkey ... What a weirdly cute little thing. Looks like it's wearing a little feathery dress!

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Baby spider monkey ... What a weirdly cute little thing. Looks like it's wearing a little feathery dress!

It's soft fluff with a face. I can't even handle it.

In pictures: Wildlife photo award

It's soft fluff with a face. I can't even handle it.

Spider Monkey....does whatever spider monkey does. (Sorry...couldn't help myself.)

Spider Monkey....does whatever spider monkey does. (Sorry...couldn't help myself.)

Spider monkey - Their disproportionately long limbs and long prehensile tails make them one of the largest monkeys & their name. Spider monkeys live in the upper layers of the rainforest, & forage in the high canopy, from 82 to 98 ft. They primarily eat fruits, but will also occasionally consume leaves, flowers, and insects. Due to their large size, spider monkeys require large tracts of moist evergreen forests, & prefer undisturbed primary rainforest.

Spider monkey - Their disproportionately long limbs and long prehensile tails make them one of the largest monkeys & their name. Spider monkeys live in the upper layers of the rainforest, & forage in the high canopy, from 82 to 98 ft. They primarily eat fruits, but will also occasionally consume leaves, flowers, and insects. Due to their large size, spider monkeys require large tracts of moist evergreen forests, & prefer undisturbed primary rainforest.

baby spider monkey; most species of spider monkeys - that live in the rainforests of South and Central America - are Endangered or Critically Endangered due to overhunting and habitat destruction.

The week in wildlife - in pictures

baby spider monkey; most species of spider monkeys - that live in the rainforests of South and Central America - are Endangered or Critically Endangered due to overhunting and habitat destruction.

Young Spider Monkey in a Bolivian Rescue Cente by Roy... dont like monkeys generally but his face is too  cute

Young Spider Monkey in a Bolivian Rescue Cente by Roy... dont like monkeys generally but his face is too cute

Black Headed Spider Monkey mother and newborn, Miami FL

Cuddly Critters: The cutest baby animals

Black Headed Spider Monkey mother and newborn, Miami FL

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