What Is A Monkey Habitat?

endA **monkey habitat** is a place where certain species of monkey live, usually in a natural environment such as in or around trees. Depending on the species, the habitat can range from jungle and rainforest settings, to mountains, coastal forests, savannas and even urban areas.

In the wild, monkeys usually live in troops and habitat requirements will vary among species and location, but each species needs an adequate water supply, food and shelter such as pounds, trees and foliage.

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