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Cherry-crowned Mangabey (Cercocebus torquatus) by Roger Sargent: Mangabeys are some of the most rate and endangered monkeys are earth and are found only in Africa. They have tails longer than their bodies for good balance in the rain forest canopy. http://animals.sandiegozoo.org/animals/mangabey #Monkey

Cherry-crowned Mangabey (Cercocebus torquatus) by Roger Sargent: Mangabeys are some of the most rate and endangered monkeys are earth and are found only in Africa. They have tails longer than their bodies for good balance in the rain forest canopy. http://animals.sandiegozoo.org/animals/mangabey #Monkey

Red Colobus, in a tree outside Bijilo Forest Park

Red Colobus, in a tree outside Bijilo Forest Park

The endangered Drill monkey has an extremely limited range in Africa.

The endangered Drill monkey has an extremely limited range in Africa.

A Debrazza Guenon Monkey photographed by Ion Moe at San Diego Zoo on 22nd July 2014

A Debrazza Guenon Monkey photographed by Ion Moe at San Diego Zoo on 22nd July 2014

A perfect moment with a Wolf's Mona Monkey. This monkey is native to Africa and is listed as Threatened.

A perfect moment with a Wolf's Mona Monkey. This monkey is native to Africa and is listed as Threatened.

female Sclaters lemur. Wow, look at those eyes. Also known as the black blue-eyed lemur. Critically Endangered. So sad.

female Sclaters lemur. Wow, look at those eyes. Also known as the black blue-eyed lemur. Critically Endangered. So sad.

Proboscis Monkey (Nasalis larvatus) The proboscis monkey is found only on the island of Borneo in Southeast Asia. It prefers to live in the mixed diterocarp-kerangas forests, mangrove forests and lowland forests near fresh water and rivers. They live almost exclusively in mangrove forests, but can also be found in lowland rainforests.

Proboscis Monkey (Nasalis larvatus) The proboscis monkey is found only on the island of Borneo in Southeast Asia. It prefers to live in the mixed diterocarp-kerangas forests, mangrove forests and lowland forests near fresh water and rivers. They live almost exclusively in mangrove forests, but can also be found in lowland rainforests.