Any other primates on here? {:(|)

Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by DjembeTheApe, May 17, 2017.

  1. DjembeTheApe

    DjembeTheApe New Member


    Djembe here looking for other ape and monkey friends! I'm new to the forums, and just getting back to my profile and the fandom now that I am single and actually have time to myself. I'm still in the process of getting my profile all set up, now all I need is new furiends of any species!
  2. Puffinca

    Puffinca New Member

    I'm no ape/money, but I am a new member too!
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  3. DjembeTheApe

    DjembeTheApe New Member

    Hooray another newbie lol!
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  4. WolfNightV4X1

    WolfNightV4X1 King of Kawaii; That Token Femboy

    There once upon a time was a bonobosoph, who exists somewhere out there on the net. They were a bonobo, and one of the first primates Ive seen. What a fresh and new insight they were to the fandom.

    Anyways some exist out there, youre probably a rare token primate on this forum, though.
  5. Andromedahl

    Andromedahl Unlicensed UFO Pilot

    Nope, but I sure do like orangutans.

    If I wansn't hellbent on art, I would not mind being a primatologist as a backup.
  6. Pipistrele

    Pipistrele Smart batto!

    I like that emoticon, looks like Homer Simpson
    Also, humans are primates in techical sense of the word, so yeah, you won't feel lonely here :D
  7. Mr. Fox

    Mr. Fox Well-Known Member

    *flings poo at you*
  8. Simo

    Simo Skunk

    I have seen a lemur, but I'm trying to recall who. Good idea for a fursona, I thought.

    It stands out because my alt. fursona is a Fossa, and we tend to eat lemurs, in the wild. Lemur stew, braised lemur, lemur ka-bobs, deep-fried lemur. All tasty to the Fossa.
  9. DjembeTheApe

    DjembeTheApe New Member

    That's what it seems lol. I've seen monkeys and gorillas, but haven't seen really any chimps or bonobos.
  10. DjembeTheApe

    DjembeTheApe New Member

    Their behavior and politics are super interesting to study.
  11. DjembeTheApe

    DjembeTheApe New Member

    Haha I see it! And that is very true, only a 1.2 percent difference!
  12. DjembeTheApe

    DjembeTheApe New Member

    Gah! *pant hoots and fails arms around asserting dominance*
  13. DjembeTheApe

    DjembeTheApe New Member

    Hehe don't eat us, we're too gamey.
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  14. Andromedahl

    Andromedahl Unlicensed UFO Pilot

    I personally find the ways apes learn and pass on knowledge to offspring particularly interesting for whatever reason.
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