60% of the time, these facts are great every time.
Thank the Force this idea was scrapped. Star Wars wouldn’t have been the same without the lovable Muppet.
We all love our pets… but these people might love them just a little too much. With a big assist from Awkward Family Photos.
These are the photos of a curious monkey who likes to travel around the world, make new friends, visiting rocks, art, and drink lots of beer.
Holidays didn’t go quite as planned for these 10 people.
Who says a baby orangutan and a French bulldog can’t be best friends?
After being quarantined, Mally the monkey has been moved to his new home at Serengeti Park in Germany where he will live in an open air enclosure. Here’s what Mally had to say (excuse the spelling, he’s only 6 months old).
Is there a problem officer?
In just five easy steps!
Though it seems incredibly cruel to mess with a monkey in this way.
There was always something fishy about it.
He’s hopping. HE’S HOPPING.
A cover for something else? “It’s sort of like, that’s really great, you’re like 70 years behind the curve here, but you’re trying.”
Still not over MONKEA GATE 2012.
The shearling coat we saw on Darwin, everybody’s favorite monkey-that-loves-build-it-yourself-furniture, was actually just one of the many stylish things he has worn.
Wildlife conservationist and large predator expert Dave Salmoni, host of Frontier Earth on Animal Planet, recently stopped by the BuzzFeed office with three of his baby animal buddies. As you can imagine, we were pretty excited about having a real-life version of The Lion King in our office!
Most decorated Olympian in history? Check. Looks like a monkey? Check.
After Gabby Douglas won the gold and Bob Costas spoke about how amazing this was for the first African-American to win the women’s all-around gymnastics title, NBC aired a commercial of a Monkey doing gymnastics which has caused quite a stir. Racist, or just bad timing? Tons of people on Twitter seemed to think it was more on the racist side.
BuzzFeed spoke to 26 animals who happen to be in buckets, and asked them what was on their bucket list. They each gave us one thing that they’d like to do. Thanks guys!
His giant, dewy eyes will shatter your heart into a million pieces. This poor little fella is named Loango, and he was rejected by his mother shortly after birth. Fortunately, he’s being hand raised by zookeepers in Paris.
Is it painfully obvious I’m only posting this so I could write that headline? But it also happens to be an adorable photo.
Ayumu the chimp can remember both the location and order of a set of numbers in less time than it takes for most people to even process what we’re seeing.
Here is the nightmarish appearance of this rare Burmese snub-nosed monkey. These recent pictures, taken in Myanmar, mark the first time the species has ever been photographed living; the only other time it’s been professionally photographed is after it was killed.
This monkey washes dishes more thoroughly than most of my roommates. Granted my roommates are also monkeys but far less cooperative. (via viralviralvideos.com)
This monkey has better manners than my roommate.
Balloooooons!!! Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!