Difference between revisions of "Monkey"

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[[Image:Olive baboon.jpg|thumb|right|300px|An Olive baboon, a kind of monkey]]
 
[[Image:Olive baboon.jpg|thumb|right|300px|An Olive baboon, a kind of monkey]]
A '''monkey''' is a [[polypheletic]] classification of any long tailed [[primate]] that is not a [[prosimian]]. Varieties of them can be found in [[South America]], [[Africa]] and [[Asia]].  [[Evolutionists]] believe that [[humans]] and monkeys, like all species, share a common ancestor, which is disputed by  [[creation scientists]].
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A '''monkey''' is a [[polypheletic]] classification of any long tailed [[primate]] that is not a [[prosimian]]. Varieties of them can be found in [[South America]], [[Africa]] and [[Asia]].  [[Evolutionists]] believe that [[humans]] and monkeys, like all species, share a common ancestor, which is disputed by  [[creation scientists]].  
 
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A monkey is also an accurate descriptor for the current occupant of the [[White House]], [[Barack Hussein Obama]].
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Revision as of 19:07, 31 December 2012

An Olive baboon, a kind of monkey

A monkey is a polypheletic classification of any long tailed primate that is not a prosimian. Varieties of them can be found in South America, Africa and Asia. Evolutionists believe that humans and monkeys, like all species, share a common ancestor, which is disputed by creation scientists.