Why do we feel like we’re in trouble? These Gelada baboons, also known as the ‘bleeding-heart monkey’ have fatty sitting pads that are perfect for sitting in the Ethiopian Highlands.
A golden baby Cat Ba langur, also known as the golden-headed langur, sits next to its mother. A Cat Ba langur is a critically endangered species endemic to Cát Bà Island, Vietnam. Photograph by Thomas Vijayan.
Titled “Dancing Away to Glory,” this little dancing monkey captured by photographer Sarosh Lodhi is the vibe we all need right now!
While it does look like this monkey is riding a giraffe into battle, this perfectly timed moment was captured by photographer Dirk Jan Steehouwer and is a finalist in the 2021 Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards.
Emperor tamarins found in areas of Brazil could actually be the real Lorax?!
Here’s a little playful golden snub-nosed monkey to brighten your day! Taken by Photographer Mogens Trolle in the Qinling Mountains, Shaanxi Province of China, the beautiful blue face and orange fur are completed by the snarky pink tongue sticking out.
Found in southeastern Ecuador and Peru at an elevation of 3,000 – 6,000 feet, the monkey face orchid (Dracula simia/Dracula gigas) are a rare favorite among orchid collectors, because it has a distinctive monkey or baboon face in its flower.
Here is something that will put a smile on your face before the weekend. Here we have two endangered golden monkeys giving each other a hug. As a bonus, turn up your sound for some cuteness overload. We just had to give these adorable hugging monkeys our Green Wings Award of the week! Source unknown. […]