Cool Monkey Facts


6 votes - 100%
31
1. Male monkeys go bald just as men do.
22
2. In 2005, a research team taught a group of monkeys how to use money. Soon thereafter, the monkeys were soliciting/practicing prostitution.
14
3. Monkeys have tails; apes do not.
8
4. The leading cause of a death for a white capuchin monkey in the wild is being murdered by another white capuchin monkey.
5
5. Human birth control pills work on gorillas.
4
6. Spider monkeys like banana daiquiris.
4
7. Male monkeys lose the hair on their heads in the same way men do.
3
8. To attract a mate, capuchin male monkeys urinate on themselves.
2
9. A male capuchin monkey will have sex with any female that throws a stone at him.
2
10. The Burmese sneezing monkey sneezes uncontrollably whenever it rains.
2
11. Baboons are the largest members of the monkey family.
2
12. Monkeys floss their teeth.
1
13. Black howler monkeys growl so loud they can be heard more than 2 miles away.
1
14. It is common for monkeys to carry tuberculosis, hepatitis, and herpes-B.
0
15. There is a type of monkey that has blue balls. The bluer they are, the higher ranking the monkey is.
0
16. When gelada monkeys cheat on their partners, they try to cover it up and keep it secret.
0
17. A male baboon can kill a leopard.
0
18. Sea-monkeys are born with just one eye and breathe through their feet.
0
19. Grinning or pulling the lip is a sign of aggression in monkeys.
0
20. Monkeys mimic other "celebrity" monkeys that are popular just like humans do.
0
21. All bonobo chimpanzees are bisexual!
0
22. Peel a banana from the bottom, not top. That's how monkeys open it.

Trending in Animals

54 Bear Facts
Theodore Roosevelt had guinea pigs called Admiral Dewey, Bishop Doane, Dr Johnson, Father O’Grady and Fighting Bob Evans, and a small bear called Jonathan Edwards.
Camel Facts
Camel urine is as thick as syrup.
44 Whale Facts
Whale milk has the consistency of toothpaste.
Reindeer Facts
Reindeer have golden eyes in summer and blue eyes in winter.
Duck Facts
You can tell if a duck has bird flu by smelling its droppings.
Coyote Facts
Coyotes in the US have learnt how traffic lights work so they can cross the road safely.
Chimpanzee Facts
Chimpanzees can identify each other by looking at photographs of their bottoms.
Lizard Facts
Lizards can’t breathe and walk at the same time.
Salamander Facts
The giant palm salamander can stick its tongue out 50 times faster than you can blink.
Lobster Facts
Lobsters listen with their legs.
Hummingbird Facts
Hummingbirds lay eggs the size of peas.
Seahorse Facts
Seahorses beat their fins almost as fast as hummingbirds beat their wings.

Related Factlists

489 Crazy Facts
Rats can't vomit, that's why rat poison works.
248 Lion Facts
The world collectively spent $1,735 billion on war in 2012 -- It would take about $195 billion to totally eradicate poverty.
108 Music Facts
The music you listen to affects, figuratively colors, the way you perceive the world.
106 Cat Facts
Good dancing is indicative of superior health and reproductive potential, which is why people are attracted to talented dancers.
93 Dog Facts
Dogs can see sadness in humans and often attempt to make their owners happy by initiating cuddling.
75 Animal Facts
Armadillos can get leprosy.
61 Bird Facts
The serval is a type of wildcat that can jump 10 feet up in the air to catch birds!
57 Elephant Facts
Elephants can tell different human languages apart.
54 Bear Facts
ZZ Top refused a $1,000,000 offer from Gilette to shave their beards for an ad.
53 Fish Facts
2 million fish died in the Chesapeake Bay last week.