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​2 baby mandrills make debut at Los Angeles Zoo

89.3 KPCC - Sep 26, 2017
Two baby mandrills have made their debut at the Los Angeles Zoo. The mandrills, a male and a female by different mothers, were introduced to the public on Tuesday. Mandrills are the largest monkey species. The adult males are known for their colorful ...

Los Angeles Zoo welcomes two baby Mandrill monkeys

KABC-TV - Sep 27, 2017
The Los Angeles Zoo has new two residents, an adorable pair of baby Mandrills! Making their public debut on Tuesday, it is the first time in over 40 years the zoo has welcomed Mandrill babies. (KABC). KABC. By Anabel Munoz. Wednesday, September 27 ...

Mandrill Monkey Babies Make Debut at LA Zoo

KTLA - Sep 26, 2017
The babies were born without the red and blue stripes often associated with mandrills, but their father, who is a dominant male, does have the vibrant coloring. The stripes on a male mandrill's face is a sign that they are ready to mate. Since being ...

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Wild Mandrill Monkeys Encounter in Lekedi, Gabon.

Rencontre avec un groupe de Mandrills sauvages au coeur de la jungle équatoriale gabonaise à Lekedi.

Mandrills acting like humans - the Columbus Zoo

The baby mandrill is annoying the adult mandrills. They are reprimanding him in mandrillese, but the baby is disrespecting his elders. Oct. 9, 2015.

Mandrills - Very Colorful Monkeys

Mandrills are one of the most funniest animals in the world. The mandrill (Mandrillus sphinx) is a primate of the Old World monkey (Cercopithecidae) family, that ...

Denver Zoo Mandrills

Watch this video to learn a little more about mandrills, the largest of all monkey species.

Mandrills, thousands of 'em

Close up camera trap footage of a mandrill group, numbering several hundred rather than thousands, in Lope National Park, Gabon.