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The cute little monkey is lost in the woods. He knows his family and friends would somehow find him. However, he can't go hungry till they come, isn't it? His stomach is gurgling. He is yet to learn climbing. So he has to satisfy his hunger by catching the falling fruits. Have Fun!
Use your mouse to play this free monkey flash game.
Do you like monkeys are funny, and do you also enjoy to play an animal flash game online for free? If you are in the same mood as us today, then you probably would have a lot of fun if you play our free Hungry Monkey flash game online. Am I correct? ;)
Contrary to the moans of many dieters, being hungry may make you happy. The term hunger has a very negative connotation in our society. Our immediate reaction to the word is that it's a bad thing, something to be eradicated and fixed. Of course, when we're using the word hunger to describe the issue of food insecurity, we are indeed describing a problem. However, according to Shape Magazine a little hunger can be healthy. Intense hunger, when you can't concentrate, you're irritable, and you want to shove the first thing you see into your mouth, doesn't feel good. But mild to moderate hunger is normal, and it's something you should be experiencing about four times a day. It's a signal that your metabolism is in gear, that you've used up or burned off the previous meal and that it’s time to refuel for the hours ahead.
According to Science Kids and AnimalsTime.com there are many fun monkey facts for kids. Did you know that there are currently 264 known monkey species? They are separated into two major categories: New World and Old World. The New World monkeys live in the Americas, while Old World monkeys live in Asia and Africa. One difference between the two categories is that Old World monkeys don't have prehensile tails; New World monkeys do. Old World monkeys have special pouches in their cheek where they can store food. Old World monkeys have rump pads, but New World monkeys do not. Also, Old World monkeys' nostrils are small and curved and set close together; most New World monkeys have round nostrils set far apart. Some monkeys live on the ground, while others live in trees. In general, monkeys are regarded as intelligent animals. The main food of monkeys is fruit and other plant food, insects and other small creatures, and birds' eggs.