Monkey Love. What is not to love about Monkeys? Monkey see, Monkey do!
'The Three Wise Monkeys', teaching a sensible approach to life, come to mind. The Monkeys Mizaru, Kikazaru and Iwazaru see no evil, hear no evil and speak no evil. In that order, they hold their hands to their eyes, ears and mouth.
The Japanese proverb of The Three Wise Monkeys means that the wise man should be cautious in what he looks at, what he listens to and what he says. Man should consider the consequences, make sensible decisions and ask, if not knowing what to do.
The Monkey symbolizes intelligence. It is also connected to deep knowledge. This animal can symbolize joy, innocence and the inner child.
Monkeys are among the most intelligent of animals. They are as smart as a 3-year-old child.
They can drive cars, complete tasks, solve puzzles and use Sign Language.
Monkeys are fascinating as they are similar to, and look like, humans. Monkeys carry their babies, hold foods, and sit in family groups, grooming. Monkeys use their grooming skills to increase the strength of their relationships.
What I love about Monkeys is that they have lots of energy, and can be very mischievous. They like to have fun and play. I love watching them swing through tree branches and chasing one another.
Monkeys are part of the colorful, rich animal kingdom. Monkeys have starred in lots of top films, such as the Lion King, The Wizard of Oz, and Aladdin, which featured the cutest Monkey in a hat. I am in awe of them.
These two, very hairy, Monkeys, in my photo, are so funny and cute. They look so happy, caring and peaceful. I felt that they really loved each other.