Pupanzee

This is all the backstory we have on this one, courtesy Reddit user dmonnens: “After a mother chimpanzee who lived in a zoo died, one of the zoo’s employees took the baby chimp home to care for it. It never crossed his mind that his dog, who had recently given birth, would adopt the chimp and raise it with her pups.”




More cuteness here.

Lemur Loaf

Here’s a startling summer dessert that’ll run rings around your everyday Jell-O mold. Simply pack a dozen lemurs into a novelty cake pan, chill overnight, and voila! — Lemur Loaf!


“How are they all stuck together? Velcro? What?” wonders Brinke G. (via Pixdaus)

Start Your Day With Cup-O-Monkey

Wake up to the smooth proshness of Cup-O-Monkey™. Three adorable varieties: Marmoset, Tamarin, and Capuchin-o. Now caffeine-free (because quite frankly they’re jumpy enough to start with).

An Important Safety Reminder from the Chimpopolis Municipal Zoo

The Human Habitat is a delicate reproduction of a real human ecosystem, from the days when humans inexplicably ruled Chimp Earth. While humans may seem docile and playful, they can become moody and enraged, especially after listening to talk radio. For your safety, do not taunt the humans or bang on the glass. Thank you.

T.G.I.F.

Thank God It’s ‘Fro-day.


Thank God It’s Fuzzy-blankie-day!


Thank God It’s Flirty-day.


Thank God it’s Feeding-time-day!

“Nom nom nom nom nom nom nom”

“That is some good pineapple ohmahgod.”

“That’s a really big lens.”

Thank God It’s Funky-monkey-day, Johanna Siegman Photography via Ben & Tam’s Travel Blog and their foster baby spider monkey (not a pet.).

No Way! Way.

Peeps! Is this for realios? Or for playzies?


What in the world, Chief Sister Officer? Sorry NOMTOM, we don’t have a “creepy” tag.

I Gotchya, Baby.

I know you do, Mama.


Marilyn T. sends this photo by Miranda Rachellina; an entry in the National Geographic Traveller Photo Contest 2012.

THIS JUST IN: Baby’s First Climb

According to the YouTube uploader’s notes, this baby orangutan at the L.A. Zoo climbed off her mother’s back for the very first time as this video was taken.

Spontaneous opera FaveFrame™!

Monkey’s Scope Trial

Yep, this turned out to be a primo panhandling spot. Plenty of tourists, lotta cash, and all I gotta do is flash ‘em that sad soulful look that says “what, you can drop a hundred yen to stare at Mt. Kitayama for three minutes, but you can’t buy me one lousy banana?”


Spotted in Kyoto, Japan, by Flickr user Noel Reynolds.

I’ll take “The Shirelles’ Greatest Hits” for $500., Alex

And the answer i… peeewdewpewdewpewpewpew! The Daily Double!


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