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Royalty Free (RF) Stock Photo Title: aggressive monkey

Catalogue Number: 39_3_5281

Date Taken: 31/May/2007

Release Status: None

Photographer: Toni Inniss

Caribbean stock photography includes images of tropical green monkeys. The green monkeys found in Barbados originally came from West Africa approximately 350 years ago. As they mature, they develop a thick fur that is brownish-grey in colour with specks of yellow and olive green. In some lights, the fur has an overall green appearance ... hence the name the "Green Monkey". The green monkeys are medium-sized primates from the genus Chlorocebus. They live in large groups and are very territorial. They use a wide variety of vocalizations to warn members of their own troop of dangers from predators, using different calls for different predators. They use facial expressions and body posturing as communication tools. Their social interactions are highly complex. The majority of their diet is grasses and fruits including mango, although they also eat small vertebrates and insects. Care should be taken when approaching any although these monkeys will retreat from a confrontational situation if given an escape route. The life expectancy of the green monkeys is 25 years in captivity, and about 10-12 years in the wild. Enter Coast Caribbean Images to see stock images of the Barbados green monkey.
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