The Monkeys ClipArt gallery includes 39 illustrations of baboons, langurs, marmosets, diana monkeys, howling monkeys, proboscis monkeys, rhesus monkeys, spider monkeys, capuchin monkeys, and other members of both old world and new world monkey groupings. Illustrations of apes are not included in this gallery.

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.

A large primate having large dog—like muzzles.

Baboon

A large primate having large dog—like muzzles.

A baboon whose face resembles that of a dog.

Dog-Faced Baboon

A baboon whose face resembles that of a dog.

The Gelada (Theropithecus gelada) is a baboon relative in the Cercopithecidae family of Old World monkeys.

Gelada Baboon

The Gelada (Theropithecus gelada) is a baboon relative in the Cercopithecidae family of Old World monkeys.

A mother baboon cleaning her infant.

Mother and Infant Baboon

A mother baboon cleaning her infant.

A chimpanzee.

Chimpanzee

A chimpanzee.

The Northern Plains Gray Langur (Semnopithecus entellus) is a primate in the Cercopithecidae family of Old World monkeys.

Gray Langur

The Northern Plains Gray Langur (Semnopithecus entellus) is a primate in the Cercopithecidae family…

Genus Ceropithecus. A west African monkey.

Malbrouck

Genus Ceropithecus. A west African monkey.

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.

A monkey in a tree.

Monkey

A monkey in a tree.

A monkey in a tree

Monkey

A monkey in a tree

A monkey swinging, in the circus.

Monkey

A monkey swinging, in the circus.

A name commonly applied to the whole order of quadrumanous mammals, but the term is limited in its application by some writers to those having a well developed tail and generally cheek pouches, but they exclude baboons, apes, and lemurs.

Monkey

A name commonly applied to the whole order of quadrumanous mammals, but the term is limited in its application…

A monkey looking in to the distance upside down.

Monkey

A monkey looking in to the distance upside down.

There are thousands of them in the forests of Brazil.

Monkey

There are thousands of them in the forests of Brazil.

A monkey playing with a cat

Monkey and Cat

A monkey playing with a cat

A Bellowing Monkey eating fruit.

Bellowing Monkey

A Bellowing Monkey eating fruit.

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.

<em>C. diadematus.</em> This monkey is nearly black, the lower prts being green. It is marked with a circular white spot upon the forehead. &mdash;Goodrich, 1885

Diadem Monkey

C. diadematus. This monkey is nearly black, the lower prts being green. It is marked with a…

A large African monkey. So called from a fancied resemblance of its white coronet to the silver bow of Diana.

Diana Monkey

A large African monkey. So called from a fancied resemblance of its white coronet to the silver bow…

"<em>N. trivirgatus</em>. Its generl color is gray: its body and head measure ten inches. It lives on the borders of the Orinoco, and is nocturnal in its habits. It is sad of aspect, and solitary in its disposition. It passes the day in sleep, and at night goes fourth in quest of food, which consists of sweet fruits and eggs." &mdash;Goodrich, 1885

Douroucouli Monkey

"N. trivirgatus. Its generl color is gray: its body and head measure ten inches. It lives on…

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 monkey is any member of two or the three groupings of simian primates.

Howling Monkey

A monkey is any member of two or the three groupings of simian primates.

A long tailed monkey with well developed thumbs, cheek pouches, and ischial callosites.

Mona Monkey

A long tailed monkey with well developed thumbs, cheek pouches, and ischial callosites.

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…

One of the sacred monkeys of India. It is 18 inches long, the tail 6 or 8 inches, and mostly of a yellowish brown color with a pinkish face.

Rhesus Monkey

One of the sacred monkeys of India. It is 18 inches long, the tail 6 or 8 inches, and mostly of a yellowish…

"<em>C. fuliginosus</em>, has the upper parts of the body generally of a smoky gray; the lower parts white." &mdash;Goodrich, 1885

Sooty Monkey

"C. fuliginosus, has the upper parts of the body generally of a smoky gray; the lower parts…

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.

"The Greek word ateles signifies imperfect, and is applied to this genus in allusion to the absence of the thumb on the hands, which characterizes them. The tail, however, by its extraodinary power, abundantly supplies this defect." &mdash;Goodrich, 1885

Spider Monkey

"The Greek word ateles signifies imperfect, and is applied to this genus in allusion to the absence…

"Spider Monkey is a general name applied to many species of platyrhine or New World monkeys, distinguished by the great relative length, slender-ness, and flexibility of their limbs, and by the prehensile power of their tails. A familiar species is the chameck, which occurs abundantly in Brazil. The body is about 20 inches, the tail 2 feet long, and the color is a general black. The coaita, another typical species, has an average length of 12 inches; the tail measures over 2 feet long, and the fur is of a glossy black hue."&mdash;(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Spider Monkey

"Spider Monkey is a general name applied to many species of platyrhine or New World monkeys, distinguished…

"<em>M. Silenus</em>, has its hair deep black throughout, with the exception of the long beard mane, which descends on each side of the face in the form of a ruff, extending downward over the chest, and varying from an ash gray to sure white." &mdash;Goodrich, 1885

Wanderoo Monkey

"M. Silenus, has its hair deep black throughout, with the exception of the long beard mane,…

<em>C. nictitans.</em> The nose of this monkey is not only white, but more prominent than in most monkeys. &mdash;Goodrich, 1885

White-Nosed Monkey

C. nictitans. The nose of this monkey is not only white, but more prominent than in most monkeys.…

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…

"<em>Genus</em> Callithrix. The monkeys of this genus are called <em>Sajous</em> by some author. They are found in Brazil and the vicinity. They have thick fur, and a long tail entirely covered with hair, but not highly prehensile. In size, and also in general character, tey resemble the sajous." &mdash;Goodrich, 1885

Collared Tee-Tee

"Genus Callithrix. The monkeys of this genus are called Sajous by some author. They…