If a monkey was to run with your baby to a 197 feet tall tree, what do you do to get your baby back?
You are a primate. A monkey
is a primate and a chimpanzee is also a primate. The difference between a
chimpanzee and a monkey is that a monkey has a tail. A chimpanzee can swing
from branch to branch but a monkey can not. Monkeys will normally run... read more
by beautyrose 10 years ago
My question is scarrry. Who are HIV positive here?
by ngureco 10 years ago
What's The Difference Between A Chimpanzee And A Baboon?
by cjhunsinger 4 years ago
As the un-believers would have us believe, Man was created, specifically, by a form of deity for the purposes of testing. In this creation Man, being an inferior life form, would be subjected to a hostile world without an instruction manual, but no matter, Man could not read or write anyway. In...
by William Johnson 6 years ago
What is the best film ever made featuring a non human primate in a major role?It could also be something with many apes or cartoon apes.
by Sandra M Urquhart 8 years ago
If you break a sm. branch off of a plant/tree, how do you root it? What is the best way to do this?
by Kierstin Carreira 7 years ago
Can you ask your neighbor to remove a branch or take down their tree?Take a look at the picture below and answer this: If your property was on the left of the fence and your neighbors tree was hanging over the fence and into your yard do you have the right to ask him/her to remove it? ...
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