The sykes' monkey is found in Africa between Ethiopia and SA. Cercopithecus albogularis labiatus, shown here, is one of the 12 sub-species, aka the White-lipped or Samango monkey. It is quite rare but not considered endangered. We saw only one pair. They're slightly larger than a vervet monkey, more muscular but less active. The orange tint to their long coats makes them quite distinctive. They occupy the same territory as vervet monkeys and interact without any hint of fear or animosity on either side.