Roloway monkey (Cercopithecus diana roloway)

What country does it live in? Cรดte d'Ivoire and Ghana, Africa
Where does it live? Undisturbed, high forest

Roloway monkeyHow long do they live? 35 years
What do they eat? Fruit, seeds, leaves, flowers, eggs

How big are they? The same as a small cat.
How do they talk? They chatter

Who does it live with? Many males and females in groups
Roloway monkeyWhat does it do? Very little is known about them since they are very rare

How do they walk? On all fours
Where would you find it? In the day, in the trees

Status: Critically Endangerd
Threats: Loss of habitat due to deforestation for the palm oil industry

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