yes vervet monkeys do live in the rainforest
Vervet monkeys are Carnivores though have the diet of a omnivore.
It is "vervet" - and the vervet monkeys are on St. Kitts and Nevis.
the same as Humans
because of their blue scrotums, they blend in better
Vervet monkeys will have one infant at a time, after a gestation period of only 165 days. Twins sometimes occur, but that is very rare.
they would all die. you dum bum. and there would be no vervet monkeys
no because they are the most common monkey in southeast Africa.
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They were probably imported as exhibits in zoos and wildlife parks.
As of 2014, the vervet monkey is not an extinct animal. The vervet monkey can live up to 24 years while in captivity.