Mandrill

Edwin Cordero Jr.

full classification

order- primates, family- cercopithecidas,genus& Species- mandrillus sphine

common name

mandrill

body/ appearance- average size& weight

28-30 inches , females are half the size

specific habitat

tropical rainforest- southern cameroon, gabon, gunioa, and conoa

method of feeding & what it eats

they forage for foods fruits, leaves, roots, seeds, insects, eggs, and small animals

method of movement

walk on their fingers and toes, so that the palms of their hands and soles of their feet don't touch the ground
Big image

fun facts

endangered

extremely long teeth (2.5 inches long)

females initiate mating if they like the male

description

mandrills body is covered in olive green fur

they have yellow orange beards