Golden lion tamarinBornean gibbonChimpanzeeOrangutan
The word Orangutan means "person of the forest" in Malay.
CapuchinMacaqueHowler monkeyVervet monkey
Some weeper capuchin's create their own mosquito repellent by rubbing millipedes against their fur.
Bonobo's are listed as endangered and are most threatened by commercial poaching and habitat destruction.
Golden snub-nosed monkeyBlue faced tamarinSpider monkeyBaboon
Golden snub-nosed monkey
The Golden sub-nosed monkey is one of three snub-nosed monkey species found in China.
Mandrill's are the worlds largest monkey's.
Native to Malaysia, Thailand and Sumatra, Siamang are the largest species of gibbon.
With less than 900 individuals remaining, Mountain gorillas are classified as critically endangered.
Sharing more than 98% of our genetic blueprint, Chimpanzee's are our closest living relatives.
The Emperor tamarin was named because of it's elegant white mustache, which is thought to resemble that of German emperor Wilhelm II.
Striped monkeySpider monkeyLemurTarsier
Ring tailed lemur
Lemurs are found on the African island of Madagascar and some smaller surrounding islands. They can live for up to 18 years in the wild.
Although preyed upon by Leopards, Baboons are known to hold their own against predators and have been recorded tearing Leopards apart with their strong canines.
Tarsiers have the largest eyes compared to body size of any mammal. Each eyeball is around 16mm in diameter and is as large as its entire brain!