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    13 monkeys. I can't fit 3 gorillas on a harpoon.

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    It would really depend on the specific monkeys and gorillas in question.

    But I guess the gorillas... simply because there are fewer of them, and I have a better chance of beating them all.

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    dude, why are so many people picking Gorillas? Is my knowledge about Gorillas fundamentally different somehow? Last I checked, a gorilla weighed, oh i dunno.... around FOUR HUNDRED FRIKKIN POUNDS!!! And I bet everyone that said gorillas is under 200 or so.... how the hell are you gonna take just ONE gorilla?! bite his ear off, tyson style?

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    Do I get a mobile shout-out to Jeff Corwin? Or is that cheating?
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    Is there a body of water nearby? Gorilla's can't swim - or so the theory goes, muscle mass is too dense.

    Either way, I have my PANTS CANNON on me if I'm in gorilla/monkey territory.

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    Either way, I wouldn't have much chance. Maybe the gorillas. I've read a bit more about them, so I'd have more chance of being able to imitate submissive behaviour and run away (or back off slowly, more like it).
    In a true fight, no single human has much chance against meduim to large primates strength wise. They can rip you apart like a paper doll.
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    Depends on the monkeys really. If we're talking chimpanzees, then I'd pick gorillas and play dead or something.

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    13 MONKEYS, OFC
    Hell, ONE gorilla is probably enough to kill me, atleast with the monkeys you can like bat them away, lulz

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    Can we choose the type of monkey? If so, I'd take 13 kitten-sized Pygmy Marmosets any day.

    Quote Originally Posted by JocktheMotie View Post
    Yeah, when I think Monkeys, I think Chimpanzees, those things will bite your face off, and will eat the babies of the tribes/families they overtake. Badass!
    Badass indeed but they're not monkeys.

    Truth be told I'd rather be locked in a room with 3 gorillas than 3 chimpanzees.


    Quote Originally Posted by nozflubber View Post
    good point.... I was presuming they were medium sized monkeys, like 100-120 pounds.
    You're confusing your monkeys and your apes; the largest monkeys (Mandrills) average 30 - 60 pounds.

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    I'd take the monkeys. Vicious little beasts I can hopefully out-vicious Gorillas are too big. But if it's quick death you're chasing, then the gorillas would probably be a better choice. Would gorillas quarter you and monkeys have a picnic with your carcass? I'm not that familiar with the eating habits of primates.

    Quote Originally Posted by nozflubber View Post
    Monkeys are wild, undisciplined and unorganized soldiers.
    Yeah, that.

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