Mating season is from October-December. A
female will reproduce one baby every year. Snow
Monkeys can live as long as 30 years. On average,
there are more females than males on a scale
from one to three.
Baby’s are 500g
when they are born.
When Snow Monkeys
become adults their
face and bottoms
become bright red.
Snow Monkeys travel in troops. Males live in
troops until they become adults.
Like people, some Snow Monkeys are born with
disabilities. One Snow Monkey named Barbara had
a problem with her arms and leg, but her mother
taught her how to survive .
how to be a snow monkey even tough she is
Barbara has learned
how to be a real
Snow Monkey with
help from the rest of
her troop. Now,
Barbara is still
slower, but she can
do whatever she
wants if she sets
her mind to it.
All animals have feelings; which includes the Snow
Monkey. The Snow Monkey show how they feel
just like a people do such as when the are mad.
Each monkey travels together in troops. They take care
of each other like we do! As you can see in the photo to
your left, a child snow monkey is patting the mothers
eye which shows they care about each other.
People need to remember that even though we
live in different ways, we all live in the same
All animals have their own way to talk. Snow
Monkeys communicate with each other by using
Here is a
Snow Monkeys wash their food before they eat it.
Snow Monkeys walk to the water to wash their