Keywords to learn
Coloration: an animal’s appearance in regards to colour
Alloparenting: the act caring for young that are not the offspring of the carer
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Lifespan:18 to 22 years.
Scientific Name:Mandrillus sphinx.
Mass:11kg – 25kg (24lb – 55lb).
Length:55cm – 95cm (22in – 37in).
Region found:Central Africa.
Current population trend:Decreasing.
4 – 8 years.
The mandrill is an incredible and intimidating monkey with many wonderful characteristics and an unforgettable face. Its bright colours make it unique among all other mammals. Mandrills are currently threatened by hunting and deforestation.
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Axolotl Fun Facts for Kids
- # 1. The mandrill is the largest living monkey in the world.
- # 2. Mandrills have large cheek pouches that they use to store food for later consumption.
- # 3. Mandrills will forage in trees, but they spend most of their time on the ground.
- # 4. The largest mandrill horde ever documented numbered well over 1,200 individuals.
- # 5. Mandrills have very long canine teeth that they use for self defence.
# 1. Name five foods that mandrills eat?
# 2. What is the average lifespan of a mandrill?
# 3. Who takes care of the young in a mandrill horde?
# 4. What is one natural predator of the mandrill?
# 5. What colours can be found on the face of a mandrill?