10 Lines on Monkey

A monkey is a notorious but an interesting animal. We have often seen a monkey entering in our houses or in gardens and we start closing all the doors and windows. Children love to see monkeys and when he jumps and reaches another person’s roof, children get excited. We can find lots of monkeys at many temples where people feed them. Different kinds of monkeys can be found in zoo also.

Monkeys are so notorious that they try to snatch things from our hands and run away. Sometimes when a monkey gets angry, it tries to bite people going on the street or at any other place. Very few people have the courage to chase the monkeys.

Ten Lines on Monkey in English

We have provided a set of ten lines on monkey in English. After reading these lines you will know that what is a monkey, where monkeys are found, what is monkey’s classification, how a monkey looks, where the ear of monkeys is placed, what a monkey eats, from where a monkey gets its food, how many species of monkeys are in the world, how many years a monkey lives etc.

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10 Lines on Monkey – Set 1

1) A monkey is an animal which lives mainly on tress; it often comes on the land in search for foods.

2) Monkeys are found in most parts of Asia, Africa, and America except Australia or colder places.

3) Monkeys are classified in two categories, viz “Old World Monkeys” and “New World Monkeys”.

4) Monkeys have fur on their skin with long legs and a grasping tail, a kind of tail which can catch or hold anything.

5) The nose of monkeys is just like humans where the nostrils come down and is joined together.

6) The ears of monkeys are on the sides of their heads which is clearly visible.

7) A monkey is mainly an herbivorous animal which means it eats plants, twigs, fruits, vegetables etc.

8) Generally, a monkey lives on the trees and takes its food from there, but those living in cities steal the foods from shops and homes.

9) There are more than 250 species of monkeys which are known to the world.

10) Generally, a monkey lives a minimum of 15 years to a maximum of 30 years if they live in a jungle.

We have provided another set of ten lines on monkey. You can add these lines in your speech and extempore in the school competition. After going through these lines, you will also know details like what is the population of monkeys in world and in India, which is the smallest and largest monkey of this world, what is the habitat of a monkey, what a group of monkeys is called, what is the speed of monkey while running, which is the smartest monkey of this world, where monkeys are kept and why they are used, what is the importance of monkeys in Hindu religion, where monkeys are eaten etc.

10 Lines on Monkey – Set 2

1) There are around 1 to 2 billion monkeys living in this world, in which 5 million monkeys are in India.

2) The “Pigmy Marmoset” is very smallest monkey and the largest monkey is the “Mandrill”.

3) The main habitat of monkeys is grassland, high plane areas, trees and forests however they have started living in cities and towns also.

4) When too many monkeys move in a group, their group is called as a “troop”.

5) The speed of a monkey is 55 kms per hour when it runs on trees as well as on other things such as poles, wires, pipes etc.

6) Monkey uses all its four legs to run fast, they can jump and swing from one end to another end.

7) “Capuchin Monkeys” are considered to be the smartest among all monkeys; they have the ability to learn new skills.

8) Monkeys are also kept in zoo; ‘Madari’ in India is a person who shows monkey tricks and earns their livelihood.

9) Monkeys have importance in Hindu religion; “Lord Hanuman” is considered as the monkey god who assisted “Lord Ram” in victory over Lanka.

10) Monkey’s brain is mostly eaten in some countries like China, Malaysia etc.

A monkey almost looks like a human being. Darwin and other scientists have said that monkeys were our forefathers. The only difference between a man and a monkey is that a man has two hands and two legs but a monkey has a tail and four long legs. It easily climbs on a tree and jumps over another one. Monkeys consider jumping as a part of their enjoyment. It quickly copies what a person is doing that’s why monkeys are trained to perform dance and sports tricks on roads and in the circus.