Translation of mandrill in Spanish:


mandril, n.

Pronunciation /ˈmændrəl//ˈmandrɪl/


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    mandril masculine
    • When a mandrill bares its teeth, it is not threatening to attack, but rather showing a submissive behavior.
    • We currently have no estimate for the number of mandrills left in the wild.
    • And Gabon offers less, in that most of the country is thick, green jungle, and you might only catch a glimpse of a mandrill or a gorilla heading in the wrong direction.
    • Other new arrivals to the park this winter will include mandrills and bamboo lemurs.
    • One of the most fascinating questions is why male mandrills sport such bright colors.
    • Her work with the large African monkeys known as mandrills shows that red coloration gives males an advantage when it comes to mating.
    • Viarruel said calls had been made by his colleagues to the Ministry of Public Utilities and Environment to repair the boxes where the chimpanzees and mandrills slept.
    • The head and body of the mandrill reach about 38 inches, the tail 30 inches.
    • Now the research at Lope is showing that, behaviourally, mandrills are a class unto themselves.