Why do monkeys hang in trees?
Why do monkeys hang in trees
Monkeys have thumbs, so they can hang from trees.
Monkeys can climb and hang on the trees. They can walk with two feet or 4 feet.
they hang on trees because of their tail. with their tail they can also hang upside down
so they can hang on trees
Monkeys have powerful tails and they are able to hang upside down from trees for long periods of time with them. It is unknown why they do this because monkeys are a very unpredictable animal.
most use there tails to hang on trees!
it can hang from vines and trees. I think
long tail helps to hang on trees
Monkeys like to swing in trees with lots of foliage to help hide them. They like to swing on strong branches and vines and have perches for themselves and family members to hang out.
Most monkeys do not actually hang from their tails, but some kinds grip onto branches with them. Monkeys use their tails to balance as they are walking and climbing along branches on trees.
Monkeys and sloths can hang upside down in trees and they usually have grey or brown fur. Meerkats can also hang upside down in trees and have grey or brown fur.
Spider monkeys eat fruit, bark, and many green plants. They also hang by trees using their powerful tails.
Most monkeys hang in groups called primates.
Because the animals there need the trees to survive they are for monkeys to hang on we need products from them and most of all they give all life on earth air. They are the #1 provider of air.
yes monkeys do live on trees
not all monkeys live on trees
the monkeys claws latch onto the trees which helps the monkeys climb so they can get food.
Monkeys climb trees to get food and rest to eat, or for protection from predators.
Monkeys eat almost anything from trees such as leaves, fruit, flower's, insects, seeds, hawk and some times other monkeys. they get their food by swinging through trees and finding it. they get it from trees
Monkeys swing on branches of trees.
Monkeys live in tall trees so they don't get killed by any predator
from banana trees from eating smaller monkeys takes from other monkeys
Trees are being cut down by loggers witch causes the monkeys to lose their homes & some or half of the monkeys to die. Loss of trees.
monkeys sleep in trees or between the branches
with other monkeys in the trees with their mom
The apes and monkeys live in trees.
Sadly no monkeys do not have toilets they go in the trees.
No, but they typically live in trees.
they use trees to hide from predators
inchworms hang from trees so they do not have to crawl all the way down.
The same way we climb trees, with their hands and feet. But with certain monkeys, they also use their tails.
monkey live in very tall trees soo that they can not be killed by humand, lions or othere anilmals and there is no trees that monkeys can not climb
Hang a Thousand Trees with Ribbons has 352 pages.
Trees are really nice
In the trees
A monkey will be able to hang upside down for 12 hours strate
trees... mostly fig trees and the howler monkeys are very territorial about other animals getting into their tree or territory
In trees, in a bed made of leaves in a tree, and so on. The point is that monkeys live mainly in trees.
Monkeys can sometimes camouflage themselves in the tops of trees. They are great climbers, so they stay high in the trees to hide from predators.
Maybe their hands have good grip? Other Answer: monkeys use their hands and tail to climb on trees to get bannanas
if you mean adaptations then squirrel monkeys climb trees well and can pick the best trees for food and shelter!!!
Monkeys live in South America, southern Asia and Africa. Monkeys most often live in rain forests, such as the Amazon. Monkeys mainly live in trees, they are "arboreal", but there are species that also live on the ground in the savanna (baboons). Some monkeys have also taken up residence in cities. in trees Mexico to South America, most likely in trees
under trees or in trees katie gallagher
monkeys and some snakes live in trees
Arboreal animals live in trees. Some arboreal animals are: Squirrels Koalas Monkeys Birds Raccoons monkeys,birds
The ISBN of Hang a Thousand Trees with Ribbons is 0-15-200876-4.
Because grasslands are practically devoid of trees. Monkeys use trees to get from point A to point B, and also as their main food source: fruit. Fruit grows on trees, not on grasses. Plus, fruit is easier for monkeys to digest than grass is.
As hooks to hang from branches
In trees and nests
swing on trees