And always with the sloppy.
Sorry, Froggy. Mom says you’re a bad influence on me. She caught me sticking out my tongue at her again. It was totally worth it though.
Columbus, Mississippi, 3-year-old Helen Imes gives a lift to a hitch-hopper. Photo by Birney Imes, Associated Press/SF
Not that there’s anything wrong with that. Nope, not at all.
Teri C. shared this with us from her crush on YouTube.
Also demonstrates leadership skills and a positive otter-tude!
A+ mmoyerssd1, via YouTube and the San Diego Zoo!
Hello! My name is Kingston, Kingston the Squirrel Monkey.
This is me and my new friend, Carly. She visited me at The Wildlife Learning Center, where I am cared for by wunnerful hoomins.
I like to photobomb Carly’s pictures!
Sometimes famous hoomins visit me and my friends at The Wildlife Learning Center, like Betty White and Zac Efron.
That’s about eet for me. So hard to stay awake for very long when you’re only 3 weeks old… (monkey yawn) ….You can read more about me on The Featured Creature, zzzzzzzzzzzzz
Thanks to Jenn E. for sending this in!
I can do this. I’m a monkey! Monkeys swing! (gulp) Oh wow, don’t look down. Gotta focus! What’s the worst that could happen? OK. Here I go!
WOOAAAH gawd ech ech bleeargh! I think I ate a bug!
Spider monkeh in Panama, (Jack) swinging to you from Nancy M.
The toes! Look at the …TOES! Those imposing, opposing fingo-toes!
Via The Telegraph. Bebeh orangutan photo credit goes to Sinar Sakti.
Um, Mama, we know it’s hard but you might not want to be too touchy-feelie with that one.
It’s a TEENAGER! Dun, Dun, Dunnnn!
Mama says, “Fine, then I’ll just hold this little leaf right here.” (sniff)
Vervets! Photos taken in Kruger National Park, South Africa, by Field Guide and Hyaena Specialist, Alex T.
Sarah van E. says, “I made this photograph in a monkey zoo in the Netherlands!…It also has a baby on it’s back but sadly enough it’s not really seeable.” Many of us have an invisible monkey on our back, Sarah, but we don’t look nearly as cute carrying them around.
“I guess I’m supposed to tap here… Erm, no… So maybe if I slide my finger like this… Nope. Y’know, I’m beginning to think this thing I bought isn’t a real iPhone.”
Photo by Sarah Cheetham for the Costa Rica Big Cats, Primates & Turtle Conservation project page of the Frontier website.