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Chlorocebus Collection

"Captivating Chlorocebus: A Glimpse into the Lives of Playful Monkeys" In the lush Western Division of Gambia

Background imageChlorocebus Collection: Callithrix Monkey (Cercopithecus sabaeus) adult, scratching arm, Western Division, Gambia, march

Callithrix Monkey (Cercopithecus sabaeus) adult, scratching arm, Western Division, Gambia, march

Background imageChlorocebus Collection: Green monkey (Chlorocebus sabaeus) juvenile sitting in tree. Janjanbureh, Gambia

Green monkey (Chlorocebus sabaeus) juvenile sitting in tree. Janjanbureh, Gambia

Background imageChlorocebus Collection: Green monkey (Chlorocebus sabaeus) swinging on branch, Gambia

Green monkey (Chlorocebus sabaeus) swinging on branch, Gambia

Background imageChlorocebus Collection: Vervet (Chlorocebus pygerythrus) sitting on tree stump eating fruit, Uganda

Vervet (Chlorocebus pygerythrus) sitting on tree stump eating fruit, Uganda

Background imageChlorocebus Collection: DDE-90023027

DDE-90023027
Baby Vervet monkey (Chlorocebus pygerythrus), Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, Africa Date: 15/09/2009

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DDE-90023026
Vervet monkey and baby (Chlorocebus pygerythrus), Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, Africa Date: 15/09/2009

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DDE-90023025
Vervet monkey (Chlorocebus pygerythrus), Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, Africa Date: 15/09/2009

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DDE-90023024
Vervet monkey (Chlorocebus pygerythrus), Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, Africa Date: 15/09/2009

Background imageChlorocebus Collection: DDE-90022764

DDE-90022764
Africa. Tanzania. Vervet Monkey at Ngorongoro Crater, Ngorongoro Conservation Area. Date: 26/08/2005

Background imageChlorocebus Collection: DDE-90022763

DDE-90022763
Africa. Tanzania. Vervet Monkey at Ngorongoro Crater, Ngorongoro Conservation Area. Date: 26/08/2005

Background imageChlorocebus Collection: DDE-90022601

DDE-90022601
Africa. Tanzania. Vervet Monkey in Tarangire NP. Date: 26/08/2005

Background imageChlorocebus Collection: DDE-90022600

DDE-90022600
Africa. Tanzania. Vervet Monkeys in Tarangire NP. Date: 26/08/2005

Background imageChlorocebus Collection: DDE-90022267

DDE-90022267
Vervet monkey with baby, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania, Chlorocebus pygerythru Date: 11/11/2005

Background imageChlorocebus Collection: DDE-90021858

DDE-90021858
Vervet Monkey (Chlorocebus pygerythrus), Kruger National Park, South Africa Date: 15/09/2009

Background imageChlorocebus Collection: DDE-90021141

DDE-90021141
Africa; Malawi; Lengwe National Park; Vervet monkey sitting in tree Date: 09/03/2005

Background imageChlorocebus Collection: DDE-90020685

DDE-90020685
A Vervet Monkey at Samburu NP, Kenya. Date: 01/03/2005

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DDE-90020672
A Vervet Monkey at Samburu NP, Kenya. Date: 01/03/2005

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DDE-90020675
A Vervet Monkey at Samburu NP, Kenya. Date: 01/03/2005

Background imageChlorocebus Collection: DDE-90020187

DDE-90020187
Kenya, Lake Nakuru National Park. Vervet Monkey (Cercopithecus aethiops) sitting in tree Date: 20/03/2007

Background imageChlorocebus Collection: DDE-90020181

DDE-90020181
Kenya, Samburu Game Reserve. Vervet Monkey (Cercopithecus aethiops) baby with mother Date: 20/03/2007

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DDE-90020175
Samburu Game Reserve, Kenya, Vervet Monkey, Cercopithecus aethiops, sitting in tree Date: 16/01/2007

Background imageChlorocebus Collection: DDE-90019893

DDE-90019893
Africa, Kenya, vervet monkey baby. Date: 24/02/2007

Background imageChlorocebus Collection: DDE-90019066

DDE-90019066
Vervet monkey and infant, Okavango Delta, Botswana. Date: 23/04/2009

Background imageChlorocebus Collection: Grivet monkey, Chlorocebus aethiops

Grivet monkey, Chlorocebus aethiops. Simia aethiops Linn. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Jakob Andreas Eisenmann after an illustration by Jacques de Seve from Johann Christian Daniel Schrebers

Background imageChlorocebus Collection: Grivet, Chlorocebus aethiops

Grivet, Chlorocebus aethiops. Copperplate engraving by C. Baquoy after an illustration by Jacques de Seve from Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffons Histoire Naturelle, Imprimerie Royale, Paris

Background imageChlorocebus Collection: Malbrouck, Chlorocebus cynosuros

Malbrouck, Chlorocebus cynosuros, female. Copperplate engraving by Lempereur after an illustration by Jacques de Seve from Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffons Histoire Naturelle

Background imageChlorocebus Collection: Close-up portrait of a vervet monkey (Chlorocebus pygerythrus)

Close-up portrait of a vervet monkey (Chlorocebus pygerythrus) looking at the camera at Kleins Camp; Serengeti, Tanzania

Background imageChlorocebus Collection: Silvery lutung or langur, Trachypithecus cristatus

Silvery lutung or langur, Trachypithecus cristatus, and grivet monkey, Chlorocebus aethiops.. Handcolored copperplate stipple engraving from Frederic Cuviers Dictionary of Natural Science: Mammals

Background imageChlorocebus Collection: Picture No. 11074080

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Vervet Monkey mother and baby Kruger National Park, South Africa

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Green Monkey - foraging The Gambia (Chlorocebus sabaeus) Date:

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Picture No. 11013613
Green Monkey - mother and baby The Gambia (Chlorocebus sabaeus) Date:

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Picture No. 11013612
Green Monkey juvenile in tree (Chlorocebus sabaeus) Date:

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Picture No. 11013611
Green Monkey male - threatening posture (Chlorocebus sabaeus) Date:

Background imageChlorocebus Collection: Picture No. 10893442

Picture No. 10893442
Green Monkey - eating fruit (Chlorocebus aethiops) Date:

Background imageChlorocebus Collection: Picture No. 10899715

Picture No. 10899715
Vervet Monkey - on the mound (Chlorocebus pygerythrus) Date:

Background imageChlorocebus Collection: Callithrix Monkey (Cercopithecus sabaeus) adult female, with pollen on face

Callithrix Monkey (Cercopithecus sabaeus) adult female, with pollen on face, feeding on ceiba tree flowers, Niokolo-Koba, Senegal, february

Background imageChlorocebus Collection: Callithrix Monkey (Cercopithecus sabaeus) young, with pollen on face

Callithrix Monkey (Cercopithecus sabaeus) young, with pollen on face, feeding on ceiba tree flowers, Niokolo-Koba, Senegal, february

Background imageChlorocebus Collection: A Vervet Monkey swinging on a branch, holding a banana

A Vervet Monkey swinging on a branch, holding a banana
A Vervet Monkey (Chlorocebus pygerythrus) swinging on a branch, holding a banana. Pastel drawing by Raymond Sheppard



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"Captivating Chlorocebus: A Glimpse into the Lives of Playful Monkeys" In the lush Western Division of Gambia, a mature Callithrix Monkey finds solace in scratching its arm under the warm March sun. Meanwhile, in Botswana's Chobe National Park, an elegant Vervet monkey gracefully roams amidst Africa's breathtaking landscapes. Perched on a tree stump in Uganda, another Vervet - this time belonging to the Chlorocebus pygerythrus species - relishes juicy fruit with contentment. Its vibrant presence adds color to Uganda's rich biodiversity. Janjanbureh, Gambia witnesses the youthful exuberance of a Green monkey from the Chlorocebus sabaeus family. This juvenile primate sits comfortably on a branch, observing its surroundings with curiosity and innocence. Not far away in Gambia, another Green monkey swings effortlessly on branches like nature's acrobat. Its agile movements showcase both strength and agility as it navigates through its leafy playground. These captivating moments captured by DDE-90023027, DDE-90023026, DDE-90023025, DDE-90023024, DDE-90022764, DDE-90022763, and DDE-90022601 highlight the diverse behaviors and habitats of these fascinating primates. From their playful antics to their serene contemplation while enjoying nature's bounty; each image tells a unique story that unravels their world for us to marvel at. Chlorocebus monkeys are more than just inhabitants of our planet; they are guardians of ecosystems across Africa. Their presence reminds us of our responsibility to protect and conserve these natural wonders for future generations. Let us cherish these enchanting creatures who bring joy and wonder wherever they roam – whether it be The Gambia or Botswana – reminding us that we share this Earth with extraordinary beings who deserve our utmost respect and admiration.