Save the Black Spider Monkeys
Black Spider Monkeys Endangered: By Noah Carney
About the Black Spider Monkeys
Black Spider Monkeys are 16-24 inches tall, and 15-19 pounds. They have smooth black fur, a red face, brown eyes, and a white mustache. They like tropical and wet forests, with high tree tops in South America. They spend their time swinging on tree tops looking for food. These fun loving animals are omnivores.They eat fruits and small animals. They are in the middle of the food chain. When they spot danger they might drop a tree branch on the predator. They are the funniest animal ever.
Just hanging out.
Black Spider Monkey hangs out on a tree limb.
The Black Spider Monkey surprised !!!
Hang in there.
Black Spider Monkey hangs from a tree to get a drink.
Why Black Spider Monkeys are endangered
The Black Spider Monkeys are endangered because of their habitats being destroyed. People are cutting down the trees that the monkeys live in. They are also hunted by the hispanic people. WWF is helping them by growing more trees, and protecting their habitats so they don't get destroyed. So save the Black Spider Monkeys.