A monkey ball tree is a native North American plant that produces green, wrinkled fruit that resemble unripe oranges covered in a mosaic of small, bumpy tiles. The plant is also known as Osage orange and can grow as either a tree or a shrub.
Monkeys live in many different countries around the world, including Africa, Japan and India. Monkeys also live in Mexico, South America and Central America.
There are more than 260 known species in the world, split into two groups: new world and old world monkeys. Some examples of new world monkeys are spider monkeys, tamarins, howler monkeys and marmosets, while the old world group includes macaques, baboons, mandrills and...
Types of animals that eat monkeys include birds of prey, large wild cats, hyenas, crocodiles and alligators. Monkeys' natural predators vary according to their location and size.
There are more than 260 different species of monkeys, including baboons, howler monkeys, spider monkeys, blue monkeys and mandrills. Other species of monkeys include Capuchin monkeys, common marmosets, squirrel monkeys and Japanese macaques.
Although typically easy to grow, the monkey puzzle tree can develop a fungal disease called canker, and it is also susceptible to insects that cause the foliage to turn brown, according to sfgate.com. The first issue is due to poor growing conditions while the latter is...
While there is no standard term for a baby monkey, it is usually referred to as an infant. Baby monkeys are helpless when they are born. In most species of monkey, the mother takes on the parenting duties when the infant is young.