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The spread of monkeys spans several geographical areas. They reside in forested areas with dense tree cover. Some varieties of monkeys solely live in trees. Others inhabit both the ground and the trees. Monkeys frequently go outside of their native range. They often travel in search of food. They don't make fancy nests since they won't remain in them long. They move quickly while searching for food sources, using their bodies to assist them. They disperse fruit, flower, and plant seeds as they move. Climate change will completely destroy the monkey's habitat and their life since monkeys survive by eating plants and they use their bodies to assist them however, climate change can cause wildfires which means that the plants will be destroyed and the monkeys will be left with no food. In the after image, we see a skinny monkey near a wildfire that was caused by climate change.