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    ~ Gorilla/monkey business ~


    ~ Gorilla/monkey business ~

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    Toto Shows Affection for His Lifelong Mentor, National Geographic, August 1940 Mrs. E. Kenneth Hoyt, of Habana, Cuba, acquired the gorilla in 1932 when he was three months old. Mr. Hoyt had just shot Toto's father in the French Congo. African villagers, without the knowledge of the Hoyts, then killed the mother. Mrs. Hoyt, unwilling to see the baby die, procured an African nurse for the gorilla and he thrived on human milk.

    Flashback - National Geographic Magazine

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    African Mama Gorilla & Her New Twins

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    family

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    Family of Vervet monkeys, South Africa

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    Yunnan snub nosed monkey - the most endangered of China's three snub nosed monkey species

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    Gorilla kiss

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    flipping the bird, lol!

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    Giving mama a kiss.

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    Mama Orangutan Carrying Baby

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    Awwww siblings loving each other..

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    A tender moment transpires between mother and infant orangutans in Borneo's Tanjung Puting National Park (Indonesia) The arboreal species has one of the longest intervals between births among mammals, typically around eight years

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    A macaque monkey rocks his cat companion to sleep, after discovering her lost in the Indonesian jungle.

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    Love is love. (Dialogue by Olga Gladysheva)

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    Bonobo chimps playing airplane, adorable.

    Bonobo

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    sharing ~ makes me smile :)

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    Bonobo monkeys - playing airplane

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    Newborn” by Marina Cano

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    He's so expressive

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    Pig-tailed Macaque, Borneo - C. S. Ling

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    Monkey hug...

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    Chimpanzee cradling human baby in wicker chair.

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    Visitors at the San Francisco Zoo were amazed to see a gorilla playing with a Nintendo DS. Photographer Christina Spicuzza snapped female gorilla Bawang after a young boy had dropped it into her enclosure. Her new toy soon caught the attention of her 20-month-old son, Hansani.

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    more humanlike than some humans!

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