There are no monkeys in the wild in Hawaii. Not endemic to the Hawaiian islands are monkeys. Only two mammal species, the hoary bat and the monk seal, are indigenous to Hawaii.
Due to the island chain’s separation from the nearest continent by 2,500 miles of water, Hawaii is home to few native land animals. The majority of terrestrial animals currently inhabiting the islands were imported by humans throughout the 1800s and 1900s. Pigs, goats, sheep, horses, mongooses, and other types of animals were brought to the island by early explorers and inhabitants. Additionally, just five species of reptiles and amphibians are native to Hawai’i.
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