Monkeys swinging through trees
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Five little monkeys swinging from a tree
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Five Little Monkeys Sitting in a Tree
Brachiation from "brachium", Latin for "arm" , or arm swinging , is a form of arboreal locomotion in which primates swing from tree limb to tree limb using only their arms. During brachiation, the body is alternately supported under each forelimb. This form of locomotion is the primary means of locomotion for the small gibbons and siamangs of southeast Asia. Some New World species also practice suspensory behaviors by using their prehensile tail , which acts as a fifth grasping hand.
Spider monkeys live in the tropical rain forests of Central and South America and occur as far north as Mexico. They have long, lanky arms and prehensile gripping tails that enable them to move gracefully from branch to branch and tree to tree. These nimble monkeys spend most of their time aloft, and maintain a powerful grip on branches even though they have no thumbs. These New World primates are social and gather in groups of up to two- or three-dozen animals.
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