Order : Primates
Family : Cercopithecidae
Subfamily : Cercopithecinae
Genus : Chlorocebus
Facts about the genus Chlorocebus, the vervet monkey
As I have stated, the vervet monkey is small.
Behavior: Among the various monkeys of this species, the vervet monkey is one of the most adaptable, and often occupies environments frequented by man.
damage takes place while the farmer and the vervet monkey are asleep.
Elephant, baboon and vervet monkey are all prominent as are tree squirrels, especially in the camp itself.
The baboon and the vervet monkey are the most frequently seen, often outside national parks.
The Vervet Monkey is an omnivore yet, mainly in a vegetarian style.
The waggle dance of the bee, or the eagle call of the vervet monkey are excellent examples of communication.
Vervet Monkey are the ones we saw most
The Vervet Monkey is an exciteable, energetic animal that is commonly found in wooded areas, in both nature reserves and near human settlements. (Full text)
Â The vervet monkey is a nervy, excitable creature that turns extremely shy if persecuted. (Full text)
Chacma Baboon and Vervet Monkey are two species to be watched carefully for mischief, particularly around the rest camps. (Full text)
Mammals such as bushbuck, grysbok, blue duiker, bush pig, the Cape clawless otter and vervet monkey are common to this area. (Full text)
The vervet monkey is currently listed as a vulnerable species on Appendix Two of CITES (Convention for International Trade in Endangered Species). (Full text)
Ceropithecus aethops Introduction - The vervet monkey is the most common monkey of the woodland-savanna. (Full text)
Doan Photographic Collection The Vervet Monkey is known as an African savanna monkey because it prefers to live in woodland along the edge of open (Full text)
Chacma baboon and vervet monkey are two species to be watched carefully for mischief, particularly around the rest camps. (Full text)
The Vervet Monkey is also known as grass monkeys. (Full text)
Submitted by J, L, CR & TJ MorrisonA 1-week-old blue vervet monkey is fed with a syringe by a veterinary doctor at Nairobi Animal Orphanage on May 6 after she was found in a city neighborhood. (Full text)