Most monkeys are omnivorous and feed on insects, crustaceans, bird eggs, fruits, seeds, leaves, young twigs and grass.
Monkeys know how to use the tools - if you want to get honey from a beehive or insects from under the bark, they let in the course of the sticks, and nuts prick stones.
All monkeys are caring parents, they Tinker with their young for approximately 7 years. Female baboons, for example, carry their young on their back as long as they themselves will not be able to take care of themselves.
The name of paleobotany" may seem a mockery. It is obvious that some of them have nothing to do with monkeys do not have. For example, tupai - small animals, like rats, with an elongated snout and a long fluffy tail. The half APE also includes the tarsier, lemurs, monkeys, romanoski, indri and Lori.