Apes and Monkeys
Here is a fun, intriguing, and informative look at over 20 species of apes and monkeys. Explored in depth are the physical traits and behavior patterns of chimpanzees, orangutans, mountain gorillas, baboons, and more. Indexed for easy reference, Apes and Monkeys also includes a pronunciation key for the difficult words in the text. Color illustrations.
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