Ever held finger monkeys in your hand before? What’s a finger monkey, you ask. Well, believe it or not, it’s a monkey the size of a human finger. They got their name because of their size and the fact that they cling to your fingers when you try to hold them.
The planet’s smallest living primates, finger monkeys are also known as pocket monkeys or tiny lions.
Indigenous to the rain forests of Brazil, Peru, Ecuador, and Colombia, the common finger monkey can grow up to 14 inches. Don’t let a finger monkey’s looks fool you. Its claws are extremely sharp, and when a provoked, these pygmy marmosets can wreak havoc like you’ve never seen.
It turns out this rug is as soft as advertised. Testing complete.
I was in the middle of a goddamn nap, and you just had to wake me! Why!
I just learned that I can keep my balance in any situation. Oh hell yea! I’m gonna bring home the gold in the finger monkey Olympic games. Or not, because I refuse to take finger monkey steroids, but all things being equal, I would win.
Wait, who thought this would be a good idea again?
Getting sleepy. Probably because I’m bored. I haven’t been this bored since I went to the finger monkey Phil Collins concert and he sang three different versions of ‘Sussudio’ back to back to back.
So, how bout it? Would you want a finger monkey as a pet? If you want information about how to obtain one of these critters, you can buy this e-book for only
$1. It has information about where to purchase one and how to care for the animal. Get a copy by clicking here.
The book lists specific sellers of the pet, which is information that is not easy to come by. It is an excellent guide, written by a finger monkey expert. We give it our TBR stamp of approval.