De Brazza's Monkey, an African Guenon named after the French explorer after whom the town of Brazzaville in Central Africa is also named, lives in forests and swamps in Central Africa from Cameroon to Angola on the west coast through to inland Sudan to Kenya in the east. It has a distinctive face with a bright orange brow, black hair-band and white muzzle and beard.
The orange brow, contrasting black hair-band and black bandit eye-mask with long white beard. They also have an angular white line on their hind legs.
Males are larger than females.
Fruit and seeds are the main diet.
"Speak no evil."
Mother and child (baby has bald tail)
Parent with juvenile (long black tail)
"I've got a text."
Parents and youngster
"Do you think I should shave my legs?"
Grooming is an important activity, on each other or oneself.