More to explore:

Monkey

There’s more to see...
Come take a look at what else is here!
Visit site
  • Escalofrio .com

    El Lesula nueva Especie de Mono

  • Stephen

    Lesula, only the second new monkey species to be identified in Africa in 28 years. It lives in remote forest in Democratic Republic Of Congo.

  • piper katniss

    a Lesula.....a new species of monkey found in the dominican republic of the congo....just recently found....

  • Robin Wells

    Nairobi, Kenya. Scientists say they have discovered a new species of monkey living in the remote forests of the Democratic Republic of Congo -- an animal well-known to local hunters but until now, unknown to the outside world. In a paper published Wednesday in the open-access journal Plos One, the scientists describe the new species that they call Cercopithecus Lomamiensis. They say it is only the 2nd discovery of a monkey species in 28 years.

Related Pins

Hamyln's Monkey... also known as the owl-faced monkey, this species of Old World monkey inhabits the bamboo and primary rainforests of the Congo. Little is known about this rare species.

The monkey got on the front paws on the head of a goat during a speech at a temple in honor of Chinese New Year in Beijing.

De Brazza's Monkey (genus: single-orange-eyebrowed, species: white-bearded monkey...) // by Truus Zoo

Hvidhovedet Saki abe - Saki monkey (Pithecia pithecia) by Sir. Jensen, via Flickr

Young Japanese macaques huddle together for warmth

The Okari. Not a Zebra relative but a Giraffe relative | lives in high altitudes in the rain forests of Congo, in central Africa. It was only discovered by scientists in 1901. With white-and-black stripes on its legs, it was first thought to be some kind of a rainforest zebra or a forest-dwelling horse.

Lion-tailed macaques are one of the rarest and most threatened primates.

Baby Marmoset! We Martha Beck coaches have a way of saying that something caught our attention in what a client said, and then we say our marmoset perked up.. Look at how cute that looks!

Tarsiers in Bohol, Philippines - Endangered species. This is the smallest monkey in the world.