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Oils on wood

12" x 12"

Framed in white floater frame


The Roloway Monkey is an endangered species inhabiting the canopy of old-growth forests in tropical West Africa. The species is classified as Critically Endangered due to habitat loss and their continued hunting for the bushmeat trade.

This Roloway Monkey is prepared for flight -- perhaps anticipating the departure of his species from Earth.


Fun Facts:

The Roloway Monkey has a distinct cheek pouch, which allows them to store food such as fruits, nuts and seeds.

The Roloway Monkey has quite well-developed opposable thumbs; they also have fingernails on all of their fingers.

They have exceptionally long tails, longer than the entirety of their body.

Roloway Monkey

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