vervet monkey


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Noun1.vervet monkey - South African monkey with black face and handsvervet monkey - South African monkey with black face and hands
guenon, guenon monkey - small slender African monkey having long hind limbs and tail and long hair around the face
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We passed giraffes on the roadside, grazing on high trees, and a dozen or so zebras mingling with flighty impalas and a solitary vervet monkey.
It was said the two had hidden the Vervet monkey in a compartment of a scooter, in violation of the Wildlife Conservation and Management Act.
The world-class wildlife park has welcomed new arrivals such as a vervet monkey, 22 blackbuck antelopes, three Arabian wolves, 12 corn snakes, two Nile crocodiles, five Egyptian fruit bats, six wood ducks, 24 African spurred tortoises and three African white lions, amongst others.
The facility has welcomed new arrivals such as a vervet monkey, 22 blackbuck antelopes, three Arabian wolves, 12 corn snakes, two Nile crocodiles, five Egyptian fruit bats, six wood ducks, 24 African spurred tortoises and three African white lions among others, it said in a press release.
Home to the most diverse array of animals in the UAE, the wildlife park has received a vervet monkey, 22 blackbuck antelopes, three Arabian wolves, 12 corn snakes, two Nile crocodiles, five Egyptian fruit bats, six wood ducks, 24 African spurred tortoises and three African white lions, amongst others.
deer, monkeys including the vervet monkey, and others.
The zoo would have animals including birds like parrots, ducks, ostrich, pheasants, besides ungulates I.e all kinds of deer, monkeys including the vervet monkey, and others.
The vervet monkey (Chlorocebus pygerythrus), is a non-human primate a herbivores with a black face, grey body hair colour and a majestic tail.
The study was undertaken to investigate the structure of the Leydig cells of the vervet monkey, Chlorocebus aethiops, using both light and electron microscopic techniques and to elucidate the association of these cells with other testicular cells.