The day began quite normally for Monkey Subject R5-Q17 (otherwise known as Hooble). But as he scratched his furry beard and wondered “how will I ever get across this flooded jungle floor?,” the answer, he realized, was hydroplaning. A hydroplaning monkey? What a sight to behold.
There is currently limited information on hydroplaning monkeys in the wild. This page was created to fill this gap in our knowledge as a global community. Our dream is to form a hydroplaning monkey foundation so that this phenomenon can be studied more closely.
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Update: We’ve been receiving a lot of letters from monkey-lovers that are very concerned about Hooble’s well-being. We want to assure you that Hooble is doing just great. He’s decided to get rid of the furry beard and go with more of a goatee look for 2007; and we needed to put him on a little diet after a few too many monkey banana love orgies. But other than that, Hooble is entirely healthy and will certainly never be harmed or endangered in future hydroplaning experiments. We thank you for your concern.