There are a number of subspecies of vervet monkeys, however typically the body is a greenish-olive or silvery-gray. The face, ears, hands, feet and tip of the tail are black, but a conspicuous white band on the temple blends in with the brief whiskers.
The vervet is categorized as a medium-sized to huge monkey-males evaluate approximately 17 pounds. Its tail is usually held up, with the suggestion curving downward. Its arms and legs are about the same size.
This little, black-faced monkey is common in East Africa as it adapts easily to several atmospheres and also is widely dispersed. In East Africa these monkeys can stay in mountain areas as much as regarding 13,000 feet, but they do not live in rain forests or deserts.
Their favored habitat is acacia woodland along streams, rivers and lakes. They are diurnal, sleeping and eating in trees from which they hardly ever endeavor.