I made a small selection of those to whom we are so close. Genetically, and sometimes externally. About monkeys.
As an infant chimpanzee have white tail beam, which disappears in early adulthood. Photo: Sonia Probst.
Wise old orangutan. Orangutans live only in Asian countries, Indonesia and Malaysia. So far, the recent species were only in Borneo and Sumatra. Photo: Kate Schneider.
Griffon langur, one of many endangered species of primates in Asia, is found only in Guangxi Province in southern China. Photo: Jed Weingarten.
Monkey gelada in unison looked round the neighborhood in the Ethiopian mountains. Photo: Barry Tyler.
Golden snub-nosed monkey is also known as the Old World monkeys from China. Photo: Cyril ASLD.
Macaques live in different places around the world, making them the most widespread in the genus of primate. Photo: Stefano Anteriner.
Cute baby orangutan. Orangutans have thin, shaggy, reddish-brown hair. They are long, strong hands and lower extremities strong that they can be used, including to use tools. Photo: Chin Boon Leng.
Portrait of bonobos. This is a large species of primate, which is only found in the Democratic Republic of Congo in Central Africa. Photo: Graham McGeorge.
Swarthy leaf monkey, spectacled langur or glasses leaf monkey is a species of primates in the family Cercopithecidae. He lives in Malaysia, Burma and Thailand. Photo: Thomas Marent.
Chimpanzees are one of our closest relatives. Indeed, humans and chimpanzees have from 95 to 98 percent of the same genes in the DNA. Photo: Graham McGeorge.
Japanese macaques. The kid eats. Fot: Kiyo.
Japanese macaque love to take a hot bath. Know it all already. Photo: Nick Ut.