Tag: monkey

  • Chill Out! pt 1

    When it comes to truly relaxing and splaying out, there are few that do it better than animals. For some reason they can be in the most uncomfortable-looking positions and still be completely and utterly chilled out. The following critters certainly set a good example for many of us to follow.

  • Just Toying with You

    Growing up many of us would have had a treasured soft toy (or two), and some of us even maintain them well into adulthood! Having your very own cuddly companion can be a constant source of comfort and security, and these cuties are certainly making the most of their cuddle time.

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  • Being Jerks

    We all have those days when we’re just not up to interacting with those around us…unfortunately sometimes you can’t avoid it and you may lose your ‘cool’. Having “one of those days”, these animals are taking out their frustrations on innocent bystanders…I’m hoping they apologised later!

  • It’s a Balancing Act

    Maintaining one’s balance requires skill and co-ordination, something which these animals are certainly not lacking. From teetering on mountain-sides, to balancing on one limb, to stretching across a void, these amazing animals are certainly showing us how it’s done!

  • Airtime

    The main reason animals appear to jump is in order to move faster, and unfortunately not for fun! Some animals, such as the kangaroo, frog, and gerbil have all evolved specifically for maximum hopping power; and the springtail’s jump is unbelievably the equivalent of leaping the Eiffel Tower!

  • Swingers…

    Swings, slides, seesaws, merry-go-rounds…it brings back memories. Some of you would even have the pleasure of introducing your own offspring to the joys of a playground. The owners of these pets have taken it that one step further, and their “fur babies” don’t seem to mind in the slightest!

  • Marmosets & Tamarins pt 2

    How utterly divine are these little fluffballs? Marmosets and Tamarins are both New World Monkeys, a group of 5 families of small to mid-sized primates. Tamarins range in size from 13-30cm, and most Marmosets are around 20cm. They differ in that Tamarins primarily have lower canine teeth that are clearly longer than their incisors. So […]

  • Marmosets & Tamarins pt 1

    How utterly divine are these little fluffballs? Marmosets and Tamarins are both New World Monkeys, a group of 5 families of small to mid-sized primates. Tamarins range in size from 13-30cm, and most Marmosets are around 20cm. They differ in that Tamarins primarily have lower canine teeth that are clearly longer than their incisors. So […]

  • Elevated Stretching

    The discipline of Yoga has become increasingly popular over the past decade of so, and it’s little wonder with the hectic pace of today’s lifestyles. This physical, spiritual, and mental practice is a fantastic way to improve your well-being, and these cuties seem to recognise the benefits too.