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Spider monkey

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Transcript of Spider monkey

"Bibliography"
www.angrydmonkey.com, www.ask.com, www.wikipedia.com, ww.coolfactsforkids.com, www.pawnation.com
Spider Monkeys
By: Jessica Gotti

"Spider Monkey Habitat"
The Spider Monkeys live in a couple of different places around the world. They live in tropical rainforests in Central South America, Southern Mexico, and Brazil. They live in the canopy of the rainforest.
"The Description"
The Spider Monkey has many different features. They are 14 to 46 inches tall. They weigh 13.25 pounds. They have short hair, a small head, their nostrils are far apart, and they have big eyes. That's the description of the Spider Monkey.
"Behavior"
The Spider Monkey is a very social animal. They live in groups of 30 monkeys. The groups may go into subgroups of 4. The female Spider Monkey will give birth every 2 to 5 years to one baby. That's about their behavior.
Spider Monkeys are very interesting primates. Did you know that they will hug each other when they greet each other? Also, they are nicknamed the trapeze artists of the jungle. Their brain weighs 107 grams, which is pretty heavy for their size. That's some interesting facts about the Spider Monkey.
"Spider Monkey Food"
The Spider Monkeys eat many different kinds of food. They eat insects, honey, bird eggs, leaves, nectar, and flowers. They also eat 80 to 90% fruit. They will also eat a small reptile every so often. That is what the Spider Monkey eats.
"Interesting Facts"
This is the canopy

That is what they mostly eat, fruit.
Thanks For
Listening


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