Mandrills are the largest monkey in the world. The monkeys are the instance of old monkey family and closely related to the baboons and the drill. They are very shy and lived in rain forest of Africa.
They eat fruits and insects. Mandrills monkeys are most colorful monkey in the world. They have an olive green /dark grey pelage plus yellow and black bands and a white belly and some red stripe. They also have very lengthy canine teeth which used for self-protection Hough baring them is characteristically a responsive symbol among mandrills.
They have big arms for take food, catch insect, reptile. Their cheeks have fitted like small bag which are used to amass snacks for afterward consumption. Although they use up much of their time on the ground, they can climb trees and perform so to sleep.
Males Mandrills normally weigh 20 to 36 kg, Females weigh almost half as much as the male, at 11 to16 kg. Extraordinarily big males can weigh over 54 kg. They can live up to 30 years.