42 Funny Monkeys Behaving, Well, Like Monkeys
Why are monkeys so funny? Maybe because they do as they see? Or, perhaps, because they love to monkey around? Well, no matter the why's, watching these primates is more fun than a barrel of monkeys! So, considering that not all of us have the chance to watch adorable monkeys playing in the wilderness or observe them in a zoo - we've gathered a list full of hilariously funny photos depicting the clowns of the animal kingdom, primates.
We all know primates to be incredibly smart - they adapt to environmental challenges by using tools, show emotions, and some of them can even communicate with humans by using sign language. But, being so similar in behavior to us, humans, not only makes them bright but also funny. Isn't it just hilarious to see a cute monkey peeling a banana with its legs, doing miscalculated stunts on branches, or so human-naturedly caring for their young ones? If you're still unconvinced of the hilarity by only reading about it, do not hesitate and check the photos illustrating these thoughts. From goofy baby monkeys to giant gorillas, they all prove the point of being natural-born jesters.
Still reading? Well, scroll down below to check the funny animals that we've found, and it'll surely make you smile like a monkey with a new banana. Then, tell us which of these hilarious monkeys have tickled your fancy, made you laugh, and click the upvote button. We're always happy when you share your thoughts with us, so do not hesitate to leave a comment, even if it's slightly monkey business-y!
Orangutans Befriend Otters That Often Swim Through Their Enclosure At The Zoo Forming ‘A Very Special Bond’
This Gorilla Looks Like He Wants Pictures Of Spiderman On His Desk By Noon
Self-Portrait Of A Female Celebes Crested Macaque, Who Had Picked Up Photographer David Slater's Camera And Photographed Herself With It
The monkey selfie copyright dispute is a series of disputes about the copyright status of selfies taken by Celebes crested macaques using equipment belonging to the British nature photographer David Slater. The disputes involve Wikimedia Commons and the blog Techdirt, which have hosted the images following their publication in newspapers in July 2011 over Slater's objections that he holds the copyright, and PETA, who have argued that the macaque should be assigned the copyright.