Monkey Jungle is precisely what the name recommends; a monkey wilderness. It was begun as a trial by creature behaviorist Joseph DuMond in 1933. He discharged six monkeys into a thick South Florida loft in Miami in a controlled social examination. Today, it has developed into a 30 section of land save gloating more than 400 primates from 30 distinct species. The monkeys meander openly while human guests see from confined walled in areas. The creatures search and play in a wilderness of plants and trees from the Amazon rainforest in South America, gathered by Dumond and spread by the recreation center with a specific end goal to make the creatures at home.