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The Son of The Boss by Willem Verboom

(via / The Son of The Boss by Willem Verboom) Mandrill found on llbwwb…

I'm a Guppy                                                                                                                                                     More

This totally melts my heart, esp after watching Finding Dory ❤️❤️

This is pretty much how I look at people who complain about their family snoring...that's a really serious medical condition...they could die in their sleep...they seriously need to have it checked out!

Look at that wonderful face! Looks remarkably like Sully from Monsters Inc.

shh... its time for a nap. zzzz

Sophie the Bornean Orangutan holding her baby. Baby looks so sweet and content asleep in Mama's arms. She must be a good Mama.

Baby.  Gibbons are unusual because unlike 94 percent of all other primate species, they are monogamous, living in small families composed of a mated pair and up to four offspring. Gibbons are physically independent at about three, mature at about six, and usually leave the family group at about eight years of age.

People are beginning to see that the first requisite to success in life is to be a good animal.Nakai, the Northern White-cheeked Gibbon, was born in Perth Zoo. Photo by ZooBorns/Caters via dailymail :)

francois leaf monkey

ZooBorns was seeing double today when two Australian zoos shared pictures of their new langur babies within minutes of one another. Taronga Zoo announced the birth of an endangered, bright orange Francois Leaf Monkey, the first to be raised by.

I'm in need of some serious of relaxation, thank you Cascade Spa!

This cute orangutan baby may need a new hairdresser. He is having a bad hair day today, Will go & make an appointment for u

mom, my little hairs!-A week-old monkey makes its delight known as its mum gives it a grooming head massage. The young Japanese macaque sheltered close to its caring mum as she helped keep it clean at Jigokudani Hot Springs in Nagano Prefecture, Japan

baby spider monkey

The week in wildlife - in pictures

The order primate includes: apes** prosimians and monkeys. All Monkeys are primates but not all primates are monkeys. Apes may be sub divided into two suborders depending on a scientist own theory.

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