simian

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simian

1. of, relating to, or resembling a monkey or ape.
2. a monkey or ape
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As the simian started chasing the boarders, three of her friends managed to enter a room and bolt it shut.
Shimla, June 27 (ANI): The unrestricted growth of simian population in Shimla has forced the authorities to step- in, to control its numbers.
Although more than 20 species of Plasmodium can infect nonhuman primates, until recently, naturally acquired human infections of simian malaria were viewed as rare events lacking public health significance.
As such phenomena tend to do in stories like this, the cosmic storm rips a rent in the time-space continuum that sends Davidson's own capsule crashing onto, yes, a planet where talking simians have built a kind of late medieval society and dominate the more-or-less mesolithic human tribes.
Tiny in comparison to living simians, the mouse-size Chinese animal displayed several anthropoid characteristics.
Bad-Boon has stolen all the bananas from Jungle Island, and it's up to everyone's favorite simians AiAi, GonGon, MeeMee and Baby to save the day.
Team features a hot dog-chewing Swede (Ian Bagg), a figure skater (Troy Ruptash) and solid puck man Rob (Cameron Bancroft), and just to add to the strained eccentricity, Simians owner Bud Fulton (Gus Lynch) drafts Jack as well.
A master of makeup and animatronics, he gives the simians of the film an incredible degree of realism.
These belong either to the lemurlike adapids, the tarsierlike omomyids, or the early simians, forerunners of monkeys, apes, and humans.