Finger Monkey for Sale: Can Your Household Care for an Exotic Pet?
Most every household welcomes the addition of a pet. After all, pets in the household can be especially advantageous to kids, offering the little ones great companionship. Still, pets are not one and the same. Some require more care and attention than others, especially exotic animals. A St. Petersburg college student, for example, recently showed […]
Choosing Affable and Kindly Monkeys for Sale and Raising Them as Pets
Humans are arguably the only species on earth that has a culture of pet owning, and there is supposedly a science to why people are drawn to animals. A feature on the National Geographic’s website published last November 20, 2014 discusses humanity’s obsession with pet-keeping, and how the trend feverishly flourished from mere domestication. Curiously, […]
Looking for an Adorable Pygmy Marmoset for Sale to Carefully Raise
Dogs, cats, and fish are some of the most popular pets you can own, but there are other adorable critters that you can raise as part of your family. Take the petite, but lovable pygmy marmoset monkey; an article on the Huffington Post website dated November 18, 2014 shows just how charming the tiny primate […]
Marmoset Monkeys for Sale: Keep Them Busy with Enrichment Activities
Did you know that animals can learn from online video tutorials, just like humans do? Streaming sites like YouTube traditionally cater to people, but it won’t be long before the website or other platforms will have animals– like marmoset monkeys– as the target audience, especially after the findings of a recent study.
Monkeys for Sale: Can be your Newest Furry, Therapeutic Companion
After a rough day at work, nothing beats wet kisses and furry hugs from house pets. Many studies have proved animals’ incredible ability to lighten moods and reduce tension in people. Kaieteur News Online reports on the wonder these creatures can bring.
Calorie Cutback: Will 30% Less Mean Good Health for Monkeys for Sale?
Cutting calorie intake for humans may be subject to debate. For monkeys, however, it’s all but confirmed in a study that has been running for 25 years shows. In 1989, the Wisconsin National Primate Research Center in Madison gathered a total of 76 rhesus macaques and divided them into two groups. They let one group […]