The **strongest monkey** is the Mandrill, which is a species of Old World, mostly African primate living in the rainforest. It has an impressive body weight of 35 kilograms (77 pounds) when fully grown and is the largest species of monkey in the world. Mandrills are also incredibly strong, as they have very large and powerful arms and legs.
Their hands and feet are stronger and larger than most primate species, which makes them well-equipped to forage and climb trees with ease. They’re also particularly strong-jawed, capable of cracking hard nuts with them.
This strength gives them an advantage in the bush over other species.