The Woolly Monkey
The Woolly Monkey is a average to big sized primate, that reside in the steamy forests of north-west South America. Woolly monkey is most renowned for its round-shaped head and thick fur that wraps the body of the woolly monkey.
Woolly monkeys are instigating throughout Peru, Colombia, Brazil, Ecuador and areas of Venezuela where they exist an arboreal way of life. Woolly monkeys have long and very tough prehensile tails which permits them to stability and grip onto branches without having to renounce the use of their hands.
There are four dissimilar species of woolly monkey established in the South American forests at present. These are the brown woolly monkey and also recognized as the ordinary woolly monkey, the grey woolly monkey, and the silvery woolly monkey. All four of the unlike woolly monkey species are established in the same areas of South America.