All Things Primate
Lots and lots of primates of all shapes, sizes and species. Very few of these gorgeous photographs, GIFs, videos or articles belong to me but I always try to provide the source. If I’ve missed anything or you want something taking down please do get in touch!
Monkey against glass by Svetlana Spirina

Monkey against glass by Svetlana Spirina

Posted on July 23 with 4 notes at 5:31 pm


A very useful free online tutorial introducing all sorts of interesting stuff about primate characteristics, classification and other interesting primatological happenings…

Posted on July 23 with 3 notes at 5:10 pm

Thirsty ring-tailed lemur

Thirsty ring-tailed lemur

Posted on July 23 with 10 notes at 5:01 pm

anthrocentric:

neurophilicfitness:

thejunglenook:

fyeahgibbons:

'You ever been hypnotised by an ape before, son? I'm gonna make you do weird stuff'

Let’s see whose great now?

What kind of ape is this? Looks like a bushbaby on steroids!

That’s a gibbon! Or more specifically a White Handed Gibbon (or Lar Gibbon)

anthrocentric:

neurophilicfitness:

thejunglenook:

fyeahgibbons:

'You ever been hypnotised by an ape before, son? I'm gonna make you do weird stuff'

Let’s see whose great now?

What kind of ape is this? Looks like a bushbaby on steroids!

That’s a gibbon! Or more specifically a White Handed Gibbon (or Lar Gibbon)

Posted on July 22 with 158 notes at 9:40 pm

cacajao
The monkeys twining their tails are called Titis, genus Callicebus. They are famous for that behavior.

Post being referenced

Ah thank you! I have updated the tags now :) 

Posted on July 22 at 9:24 am

Tiny gorilla by K.Verhulst

Tiny gorilla by K.Verhulst

Posted on July 21 with 55 notes at 5:49 pm

magicalnaturetour:

Zoophoto :)

magicalnaturetour:

Zoophoto :)

Posted on July 21 with 1,929 notes at 5:44 pm

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Posted on July 21 with 91 notes at 5:35 pm

Gibbons

Gibbons

Posted on July 20 with 25 notes at 6:25 pm

Primates by Brendan Wenzel 

Primates by Brendan Wenzel 

Posted on July 15 with 32 notes at 8:06 pm