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This is a Vervet Monkey!


Infants are cherished in their very complex social relationships. Newborns spend the first week of their lives clinging to their mothers’ stomachs. After about a month, they begin to move around by themselves and play not only with other monkeys, but young animals of different species as well. This is a unique behavior of Vervet Monkeys and they have a variety of wildlife to form relationships with at Otter Point, here in Cape Maclear.

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Sunday, 16 June 2024

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