Monkeys: Coordination development
In the upper branches live the monkeys (order Primates). Many species will take a wide variety of food - insects, eggs, nestlings and fruit; but others will only take the leaves of particular trees and have complicated stomachs to deal with them. Life in the forest canopy has lead to a high degree of co-ordination, particularly with respect to the grasping manipulative hands and a quick intelligences, features that ultimately lead to the
evolution of the human being.