Monkeys-Meet the Monkeys exclusively employs one species of monkey, a
species of asian macaque: the Chinese sleeping monkey (Macaca
Somnus).  Here are some of the employees and their profiles:
Our staff of monkeys are ready and
willing to provide top notch product
placement and advertising for very
reasonable rates.
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You have already met Mr. Monkey our Chief Mechanic here at
Bananas.  Our most experienced mechanic and our chief test
driver.  Now here are some of the other monkeys that work here

Our, imported from Exmouth Britain, Formula 1 expert.  Allegedly
worked with several Formula 1 teams...although he won't say
which ones--says he signed nondisclosure agreements.  An
excellent mechanic in his own right, particularly adept with small
fasteners.  Nigel is best known for designing the banana curve
shaped rear wing favored by so many modern F1 teams.
On the personal side, Nigel enjoys fish and banana chips, soccer
(he calls it football), drinking tea, and stiffening his upper lip.  He
is quickly adapting to life in "The Colonies" mainly by watching
reality shows that were originally shown in Britain but remade for
American audiences.
Rumors that he is the Top Gear Stig cannot be confirmed nor


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The Born Free USA Primate Sanctuary is home to about
500 monkeys on 186 acres in Texas.  Their goal is to give
the monkeys the best quality of life possible with minimal
human interference.  Many of the monkeys have been
rescued from abusive or exploitative situations.
Is a beneficial program that helps cancer patients stay
connected to their classmates. Monkey in My Chair was
originally developed for pre-school and elementary aged
children who are away from school because of a cancer
diagnosis. Each child is provided with a "monkey kit" which
includes a huge stuffed monkey that takes their place in
school when they are unable to be there.  There is also a
smaller monkey that stays with the child.  All kits are sent
out at no cost to the families or hospitals.
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