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Mandrill (Mandrillus sphinx)

The Mandrill (Mandrillus sphinx) is the world's largest monkey species. The word 'mandrill' means 'man-ape'. The Mandrill is recognized by its olive-colored fur and colorful face and rump amongst males, a coloration that grows stronger with sexual maturity. The coloration on the rump is thought to enhance visibility in the thick vegetation of the rainforest and aids in group movement. Mandrills are found in the tropical rainforests of southern Cameroon, Gabon, Guinea and Congo. Phoenix Zoo, Phoenix, Arizona.

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Science Source / Craig K. Lorenz

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3000 x 4500 pixels

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10 x 15 inches / 25 x 38 cm

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