A large black tail&mdashless monkey, commonly called an ape on account of its general aspect.

Black Ape

A large black tail&mdashless monkey, commonly called an ape on account of its general aspect.

Monkey, a word loosely applied to apes, baboons, Old and New World monkeys, marmosets and lemurs.

Red Ape

Monkey, a word loosely applied to apes, baboons, Old and New World monkeys, marmosets and lemurs.

"The Aye-aye is an animal of Madagascar, so called from its cry, now referred to the lemur family. It is about the size of a hare, has large, flat ears and a bushy tail."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Aye-Aye

"The Aye-aye is an animal of Madagascar, so called from its cry, now referred to the lemur family. It…

A lemurine quadruped native to Madagascar. Has an elongated middle finger used to dig grub out of trees.

Aye-Aye

A lemurine quadruped native to Madagascar. Has an elongated middle finger used to dig grub out of trees.

Monkey, a word loosely applied to apes, baboons, Old and New World monkeys, marmosets and lemurs.

Baboon

Monkey, a word loosely applied to apes, baboons, Old and New World monkeys, marmosets and lemurs.

Monkey, a word loosely applied to apes, baboons, Old and New World monkeys, marmosets and lemurs.

Baboon

Monkey, a word loosely applied to apes, baboons, Old and New World monkeys, marmosets and lemurs.

The chimpanzee appears more like humans than any other animal and is found in the west part of Africa. It is four to five feet tall, and tends to walk on all-fours, although it may walk occasionally on its hind legs. Its ears are very large and it has long, black coarse hair.

Chimpanzee

The chimpanzee appears more like humans than any other animal and is found in the west part of Africa.…

Monkey, a word loosely applied to apes, baboons, Old and New World monkeys, marmosets and lemurs.

Chimpanzee

Monkey, a word loosely applied to apes, baboons, Old and New World monkeys, marmosets and lemurs.

A chimpanzee.

Chimpanzee

A chimpanzee.

Chimpanzees reading the news paper.

Chimpanzees

Chimpanzees reading the news paper.

The Thick-Tailed Galago is a primate in the Galagidae family of bushbabies.

Thick-Tailed Galago

The Thick-Tailed Galago is a primate in the Galagidae family of bushbabies.

"Gibbon is a genus of tailless anthropoid apes, natives of the East Indies. They are nearly allied to the orangs and chimpanzees, but are of more slender form, and their arms so long as almost to reach to the ground when they are placed in an erect posture."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Gibbon

"Gibbon is a genus of tailless anthropoid apes, natives of the East Indies. They are nearly allied to…

A small ape from the Hylobatidae family found in the islands of the Archipelago.

Gibbon

A small ape from the Hylobatidae family found in the islands of the Archipelago.

The Lar Gibbon (Hylobates lar) is a primate in the Hylobatidae family of gibbons. It is also known as the White-Handed Gibbon.

Lar Gibbon

The Lar Gibbon (Hylobates lar) is a primate in the Hylobatidae family of gibbons. It is also known as…

"The Gorilla is a celebrated anthropoid ape, generally belived to come nearer than any known one to man. The height is about 5 feet, almost the same as man. On the other hand, the greatest capacity of the gorilla's brain is only 34 and one half cubic inches, the least 23 against 62 in the least capacious human skull, and 114 in the greatest. The low facial angle also, and the abundant hair, with the extraordinary breadth of the chest, diminish the resemblance. The last mentioned characteristic imparts to the animal a colossal strength. It is a native of Lower Guinea and the interior of equinoctial Africa."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Female Gorilla

"The Gorilla is a celebrated anthropoid ape, generally belived to come nearer than any known one to…

The lemur (Latin, lemures, ghosts) get their name from the fact that their movements are noiseless, and are made mostly in the night. They live in troops, clinging to branches of trees. They eat fruits, eggs, insects and birds.

Lemur

The lemur (Latin, lemures, ghosts) get their name from the fact that their movements are noiseless,…

The loris is found in India. It is skillful in capturing birds, which it does in the night when they are asleep.

Loris

The loris is found in India. It is skillful in capturing birds, which it does in the night when they…

The mandrill is known for its various and brilliant coloration. Its coat is olive brown and it has a brightly colored naked rump, Usually blue or purple, or sometimes red. It has a red line down its muzzle that runs around the nostrils. The sides of the face are blue.

Mandrill

The mandrill is known for its various and brilliant coloration. Its coat is olive brown and it has a…

"The Mandrill is an African baboon. It was well known to the ancients. A full grown male measures about five feet when erect. Mandrills are insectivorous, and in addition to their immense canine teeth approach the Carnivora in many points of anatomical detail."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Mandrill

"The Mandrill is an African baboon. It was well known to the ancients. A full grown male measures about…

The marmosets are distinguished from other monkeys by their sharp and crooked claws. They are skillful in capturing insects, which form a part of their food.

Marmoset

The marmosets are distinguished from other monkeys by their sharp and crooked claws. They are skillful…

A South American monkey.

Marmoset

A South American monkey.

Monkey, a word loosely applied to apes, baboons, Old and New World monkeys, marmosets and lemurs.

Colobus Monkey

Monkey, a word loosely applied to apes, baboons, Old and New World monkeys, marmosets and lemurs.

Monkey, a word loosely applied to apes, baboons, Old and New World monkeys, marmosets and lemurs.

Hanaman Monkey

Monkey, a word loosely applied to apes, baboons, Old and New World monkeys, marmosets and lemurs.

A native of Borneo. The proboscis monkey is so called because of its large nose. Males generally have a larger nose than females.

Proboscis Monkey

A native of Borneo. The proboscis monkey is so called because of its large nose. Males generally have…

The spider monkey uses its tail in climbing. It uses its tail also to feel with, and to seize small things. The end of the tail is without hair and very sensitive.

Spider Monkey

The spider monkey uses its tail in climbing. It uses its tail also to feel with, and to seize small…

Monkey, a word loosely applied to apes, baboons, Old and New World monkeys, marmosets and lemurs.

Spider Monkey

Monkey, a word loosely applied to apes, baboons, Old and New World monkeys, marmosets and lemurs.

Monkey, a word loosely applied to apes, baboons, Old and New World monkeys, marmosets and lemurs.

Wooly Monkey

Monkey, a word loosely applied to apes, baboons, Old and New World monkeys, marmosets and lemurs.

Monkey, a word loosely applied to apes, baboons, Old and New World monkeys, marmosets and lemurs.

Capuchin Monkey

Monkey, a word loosely applied to apes, baboons, Old and New World monkeys, marmosets and lemurs.

The Southern Muriqui (Brachyteles arachnoides) is a wooly spider monkey in the Atelidae family of New World monkeys.

Southern Muriqui

The Southern Muriqui (Brachyteles arachnoides) is a wooly spider monkey in the Atelidae family of New…

"Monkey, a word loosely applied to apes, baboons, Old and New World monkeys, marmosets and lemurs."— Beach, 1909

Orangutan

"Monkey, a word loosely applied to apes, baboons, Old and New World monkeys, marmosets and lemurs."—…

The Siamang (Symphalangus syndactylus) is an ape in the Hylobatidae family of gibbons. It is distinguished by its large gular sac with which it makes loud resonating sounds.

Siamang

The Siamang (Symphalangus syndactylus) is an ape in the Hylobatidae family of gibbons. It is distinguished…

"The Wanderoo, or Wanderu, is the Macacus silenus, from the S. of Hindustan, especially the country bordering the Malabar coast. It is about 2 feet in length, tail 10 to 12 inches. The Wanderoos have long, slim bodies, covered with black hair, tail of the same color, tufted. The head looks very large because of a mane, or ruff, and beard which sticks out round the face. This mass of long hair is either gray or white, and adds to the sly look of the broad face, soft dull eyes, and broad muzzle."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Wanderoo

"The Wanderoo, or Wanderu, is the Macacus silenus, from the S. of Hindustan, especially the country…