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Drill Monkey

Endangered Animal Report
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Jordan Surby

on 23 January 2013

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0 + - = 9 8 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 c Conclusion The drill is a very interesting animal that I enjoyed very much researching. Other There has only been one drill monkey birth that had twins. Microsoft Windows 7 The drill monkey is an interesting monkey. It's scientific name is Mandrillus Leucophaeus. The drill monkey is a vertebrate mammal because it has fur.There only about 3,000 of them left because hunters have killed them. Family The drill has one baby every 33 days.
The drill's birth is live.
The drill is pregnant for 179-182 days.
Drill babies stay with their mother until it is 15- 16 months old.
Drill babies get their food when full grown.
The drill is full grown after it has mated. Diet The drill is an omnivore it eats crabs, sea turtle eggs and fruit.
The drill gets its food by hunting.
The drill eats with its mouth. Drill Monkey By:Jordan Surby Introductory Habitat The ecosystem the drill lives in is the forest.
The drill lives in trees in the forests of Africa.
It is very hard for the drill to adapt to winter climates. Appearance The drill monkey looks 1/2 monkey 1/2 lion.
The size of the drill is 45kg.
The body shape is monkey-like.
The drill has fur, teeth and claws. Protection/Getting Around The enemy of the drill monkey is the leopard.
The drill monkey uses its teeth to attack.
The drill monkey travels in large groups.
The reason the drill monkey travels in large groups is to find food. Food chain Insects Worms Snails Frogs Snakes Drill Monkey The drill is the most endangered primate. Bibliography www.Pandrillus.org
www.edinburghzoo.org
www.konicaminolta.com
www.newworldencyclopedia.org
www.zooatlanta.org
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