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  • Raw nuts in the shell - the monkeys' favorite edible toy! (Nuts.com)

    See the monkeys Going Nuts

We'd like to introduce our new partner: BulkNuts4You. Providers of nuts, dried fruit and more - for every 100 lbs. that is purchased BulkNuts4You will donate an additional 10 lbs. to our organization. Great News!!! There's even a 10% promo code to use at checkout to save money - or to help buy more for the monkeys!

Ebi enjoys a nut

Wanda plays with her activity center
Darwin in bucket
Bucket, barrel and rope in habitat
  • Monkey food.
  • Monkey toys.
  • Toys for monkeys must be sturdy, easy to clean and not battery operated. Old-fashioned children's activity centers with mirrors and moveable parts are a favorite. See our Monkey Toy Guidelines for more ideas and things to avoid.

  • Rope - 3/4" and 5/8" nylon or natural/manila  
  • Barrels and buckets
  • Swings
  • Shade cloth to make hammocks
  • Gift certificates (Home Depot, Lowes, Target, WalMart, etc.)
  • Green and amber flood lights for monkey yard
  • Yellow bug lights for porch lights on monkey buildings
  • Dusk-to-dawn sensors for outdoor lights
  • Spacious new habitats
  • Sponsor-a-Caregiver

Monkey Food

  • Raw peanuts and pistachio nuts in the shell
  • Shelled cashews
  • Raw sunflower seeds (in or out of shell) and pumpkin seeds
  • Dried fruit and vegetables
  • Peanut butter and jelly
  • Canned goods: green beans, corn, yams, vegetarian mixed vegetables, fruit canned in water
  • Cereal - especially with fruit and nuts. No sugar frosting.
  • Hot cereal (oatmeal, cream of wheat, grits, kashi, etc.)
  • Zupreem canned food: Marmoset diet #6920, Primate Diet #6930 (www.zupreem.com/pdf/
    Primate67.pdf
    )
  • Mazuri monkey food: www.mazuri.com
    Jungle Jel #5MF1
    Callitrichid High Fiber #57R0
    Marmoset Jelly #5041
    Geriatric Gell #5S2R
    Monkey Crunch 20 #5M29
    Primate High Fiber Sticks #5MA3
    Primate Growth & Repro #5MA1
    Leaf-eater Primate Diet #5MO2
    Leaf-eater Mini Biscuits #5672
    New World Primate #5MA5

For more ideas, see the Jungle Friends Wish List

Jungle Friends is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization and your donations are tax deductible. Donations can be made on your credit card from the website www.junglefriends.org, by phone at (386) 462-7779, or can be mailed to:

Jungle Friends Primate Sanctuary
13915 N. State Road 121
Gainesville, FL 32653

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