White eyed mangabeys are arboreal monkeys found in the jungles of central Africa. They mainly eat fruit and seeds, but also dine on leaves, shoots, flowers, and mushrooms and sometimes take small animals and insects. These monkeys live in groups of about half a dozen to a few dozen. Their faces, hands, and feet show black exposed skin, the eyelids are white. Fur color varies by species, but often includes bold patches of white or color, especially around the head.
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