Monkeys are primates that are native to tropical and subtropical regions of the world. There are over 260 different species of monkeys, which vary in size, shape, and color. Monkeys are known for their intelligence and social behavior, and they are often kept as pets or used in research and entertainment. Monkeys are highly agile and are able to move through trees with ease, using their strong arms, legs, and fingers to grasp branches and other objects. Monkeys are omnivorous, feeding on a variety of plant and animal matter, including fruits, nuts, insects, and small mammals. Many monkey species live in large groups, or troops, which are led by a dominant male. Monkeys are known for their strong social bonds and communication skills, and they are often observed grooming each other and displaying other forms of social behavior. Monkeys are an important part of many ecosystems, playing a role in seed dispersal and the pollination of flowers. However, they are also known to cause problems when they come into contact with humans, raiding crops and causing damage to property.
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