Wednesday, 13 November 2013

The Monkey

Perhaps the closest living relative of the elephant, there are two types of monkey; small and large.

Monkeys are believed by the Zumba to have developed highly complex social structures, although this would appear to be pure fantasy and has no basis whatsoever in scientific fact.

Fast and extremely agile, the smaller monkey makes for wonderful sport, and the hands of its larger cousin are ideal for the manufacture of whimsical ashtrays (fig. 4).

Small monkeys exist largely on peanuts, although in a barren period will eat cashews. Large monkeys exist largely on small monkeys, although in a barren period will eat cashews.

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