Describes a variety of monkeys focusing on their history, physical characteristics, behaviors, communication, defenses, and parenting. Compares monkeys to humans summarizing their value as food, their use in medical laboratories, and as pets.
At Ease in the Trees
A Brief History of Monkeys
A Monkey Lives
Meet the Monkeys
Monkeys and Humans
GENUS CHLCKLISI 100 IIIR11IKR RESEARCH
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