Monkey Coloring Pages

Monkeys are the closest relatives of a man from an evolutionary point of view. And with man, they have many common traits, physical but above all behavioral and character, as many studies on primates, of which they are part, have shown.

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Free Monkey Coloring Pages

Cute Baby Monkey Coloring Pages
Cute Baby Monkey Coloring Pages
Free Monkey Coloring Page Printable
Free Monkey Coloring Page Printable
Free Printable Monkey Coloring Pages
Free Printable Monkey Coloring Pages
Girl Monkey Coloring Pages
Girl Monkey Coloring Pages
Monkey Coloring Pages Free Printable
Monkey Coloring Pages Free Printable
Monkey Coloring Pages Free
Monkey Coloring Pages Free
Monkey Coloring Pages To Print
Monkey Coloring Pages To Print
Monkey Coloring Pages
Monkey Coloring Pages
Monkey Printable Coloring Pages
Monkey Printable Coloring Pages
Printable Coloring Pages Of Monkeys
Printable Coloring Pages Of Monkeys
Sock Monkey Coloring Pages
Sock Monkey Coloring Pages
Spider Monkey Coloring Page
Spider Monkey Coloring Page
The Monkey Coloring Pages To Print
The Monkey Coloring Pages To Print
Cartoon Monkey Coloring Pages
Cartoon Monkey Coloring Pages
Coloring Page Of A Monkey
Coloring Page Of A Monkey
Coloring Pages of Cute Monkeys
Coloring Pages of Cute Monkeys

Monkey Characteristic

Monkeys are intelligent, feel emotions, live in communities based on rules and social hierarchies, know how to use primordial tools, and learn to use the telephone and communicate in sign language.

In our article, find out everything you need to know about these ancestors of man, from classification to the characteristics of the different species, from where they live to what monkeys eat to the risk of extinction that increasingly compromises their survival.

Monkeys are part of the taxonomic class of Primates and are divided into two large groups, the monkeys of the Old World (Catarrhines) and the monkeys of the New World (Platyrrhines). 

There are over 250 species of monkeys in the world, varying in size, characteristics, geographic area, habitat, and similarity to humans.

According to modern classification, monkeys, scientific name Simiiformes, are an infraorder of the suborder of Haplorrhini, which together with the infraorder of Strepsirrhini (to which belong, for example, Lemurs, or monkeys of Madagascar) make up the order of Primates.

The infraorder of the monkeys is subdivided, in turn, into two large suborders, the Platyrrhines, and Catarrhines.

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