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# Clue
1. Play follow-the-leader
2. Swinger in the jungle
3. Gelada or pongo
4. Slamang or wou-wou
5. Pongid or mandrill
6. Beast of Barbary
7. Boorish male
8. Gibbon or orang
9. Act the mime
10. "The Hairy ___"
11. Dog ___ (baboon)
12. Mammal for Hooton's study
13. Zoo inmate
14. O'Neill's "The Hairy ___"
15. Yank, in an O'Neill play
16. Tarzan's friend
17. What epigones do
18. Pongid
19. Gibraltar primate
20. Hairy or Barbary
21. Orangutan, e.g.
22. Barbary beast
23. King Kong, for one
24. Pongo or pongid
25. A pal of Bo's in a film
26. A Tarzan playmate
27. Murderer in the Rue Morgue
28. Siamang, e.g.
29. Be Little
30. Tarzan's Cheeta
31. A. Huxley's "___ and Essence"
32. Gelada or siamang
33. Wou-wou
34. Act as if you're Rich
35. Pongo, e.g.
36. "The Hairy ___": O'Neill
37. Pongo or wou-wou
38. Wou-wou, e.g.
39. Hairy primate
40. Emulate David Frye
41. Kala of fiction
42. Hand-over-hand swinger
43. McDowall role: 1968
44. Morris's "The Naked ___"
45. Huxley's "___ and Essence"
46. Pongo
47. Willis O'Brien's Kong, e.g.
48. Pongid, e.g.
49. Monkey's uncle, maybe
50. Play Simon Says
51. One rung on the evolutionary ladder
52. Highly excited, in slang
53. Do Little work
54. Hairy ancestor
55. Pithecologist's study
56. Compliment, in a way
57. Friend of Fossey
58. "Great" or "lesser" animal
59. Descendant of the Dryopithecus
60. Do a Little bit
61. "Tarzan" extra
62. Large copier
63. Pithecanthropus relative
64. King Kong
65. Rue Morgue culprit
66. One who swings a good deal
67. It has long arms
68. Do the same as
69. Big clod
70. Simple tool user
71. Barbary ___
72. Chest thumper
73. How fans may go
74. Tree climber
75. How the excited go
76. Distant cousin
77. Boorish brute
78. Knuckle dragger
79. Yerkes Center inhabitant
80. Human's cousin
81. Clumsy lug
82. "The Naked ___" (1960's best seller)
83. Tree swinger
84. Gibbon or orangutan
85. Companion for Tarzan
86. Companion of Tarzan
87. Big bruiser
88. Big hairy one
89. Cousin of a human
90. Siamang, for one
91. Raiser of Tarzan
92. Pal of Tarzan
93. Ursine : bear :: pithecan : ___
94. "Great" creature
95. Mad about, with "over"
96. "Kinsman" of Tarzan
97. Zoo animal that beats its chest
98. King Kong, notably
99. Professor Bobo of "Mystery Science Theater 3000," e.g.
100. Nonhuman sign language learner
101. Wild way to go
102. Unoriginal animal
103. Clumsy brute
104. Silly way to go
105. Tailless mammal
106. Play "Simon says"
107. Gorilla, for example
108. Hairy rainforest dweller
109. Human's closest living relative
110. Large primate
111. Subject for a primatologist
112. Barbary denizen
113. Be unoriginal
114. Chest-beater
115. Mighty Joe Young, e.g.
116. One way to go?
117. 22 Across, e.g.
118. Great animal
119. George of the Jungle's best friend
120. Joe Young, for one
121. Copy clumsily
122. Primatologist's subject
123. Caesar, in a 2010s movie franchise
124. Primatology subject
125. Anthropoid primate
126. Cornelius or Dr. Zaius, e.g.
127. Human relative
128. Kinshasa Declaration protectee
129. Copy the behavior of
130. Darwinian ancestor
131. Do exactly the same as
132. Man's relative
133. Sci-fi's Dr. Zaius, for one
134. Tarzan's playing companion, as a youth
135. PRIMATE FOUND IN FRUIT OF THE VINE!
136. "The Naked ___"
137. 1981 Danza/DeVito comedy "Going ___!"
138. COPY SOMEONE
139. CREATURE COVERED HEAD-TO-TOE WITH HAIR
140. Gibbon, for instance
141. Go ___ (freak out)
142. Koko or Washoe, e.g.
143. Pet for King Solomon
144. Simious creature
145. Zoo biggy
146. The Hairy ___ (Eugene O'Neill play)
147. Tarzan's stepmom
148. Going __! (Danza bomb)
149. Kong, for one
150. Roddy McDowall character
151. Terror of the Rue Morgue
152. O'Neill's "The Hairy __"
153. O'Neill's hairy title character
154. Aldous Huxley's "__ and Essence"
155. Big ugly galoot
156. Emotional way to go?
157. Tarzan cohort
158. Go ___: lose it
159. Orang or chimp
160. Tarzan film beast
161. Tarzan raiser
162. Flatter, maybe
163. Tarzan's stepmother?
164. Tarzan's father
165. Woods swinger
166. (Smoke without damaging one's) lu(n)g(s, perhaps)
167. Animal that can precede "shit"
168. Human ancestor?
169. Chimp, for one
170. Mighty Joe Young, notably
171. Take your stinking paws off me, you damn dirty ___!
172. 54-Down's ancestor
173. Bananas, metaphorically
174. Caesar in a 2011 summer blockbuster
175. Chest-beating creature
176. Creature threatened by Ebola
177. Feline :cat :: pithecan : ___
178. George in the video game Rampage
179. Hairy chest type
180. Jane Goodall's subject
181. Money's uncle?
182. Rainforest resident
183. Rude guest
184. Simian house resident
185. ___ hangers (high motorcycle bars)
186. ___ hangers (motorcycle handlebars)
187. Hairy arm swinger
188. Man's kin
189. Evolution figure
190. Evolution topic
191. Siamang or gibbon
192. Mad way to go
193. Adopted family member of 50-Across
194. Pongidae family member
195. Eugene O'Neill's "The Hairy ___"
196. Beginning of a natural progression
197. Hominoidea member
198. The Naked ___ (Desmond Morris title)
199. Rain-forest dweller
200. Barbary ___ (Gibraltar animal)
201. The Murders in the Rue Morgue killer
202. The Hairy ___ (O'Neill play)
203. Research subject for Fossey or Goodall
204. Play copycat
205. Tarzan associate
206. Chimpanzee, e.g.
207. Muscle-bound brute
208. Congo villain
209. Copier at the zoo?
210. Dr. Zaius was one
211. Dunston in "Dunston Checks In," e.g.
212. How you go when you lose it?
213. Large copier?
214. Roddy McDowall portrayal of 1968
215. Class clown, often
216. Dramatic way to go?
217. Alarming way to go?
218. Orangutan or chimp
219. Great simian
220. Barbary __
221. Go __: lose it
222. Wild way to go?
223. Congo attacker
224. Chest-beating beast
225. Crazy way to go
226. Jungle chest-beater
227. Donkey Kong looks like one
228. Friend to Tarzan
229. Full-body animal costume
230. Subject for 30-Down
231. Tarzan critter
232. Animal that can learn sign language
233. Hairy swinger
234. Gorillas in the Mist primate
235. Big swinger
236. Clint's Clyde, in a 1978 movie
237. Donkey Kong or King Kong
238. King Kong or Donkey Kong
239. Make like
240. Human ancestor
241. The Hairy __ (O'Neill play)
242. Bard's verb
243. Go __ (lose control)
244. Gorilla or chimp
245. Gibraltar denizen
246. Go __ (lose it)
247. Gorilla or orangutan
248. Orangutan or gorilla
249. Baboon, for example
250. Monkey kin
251. One of the primates
252. Knuckle-walking beast
253. Tarzan neighbor
254. Chimpanzee, for one
255. King Kong, for example
256. Long-armed beast
257. Word after go or great
258. Go __
259. Rainforest inhabitant
260. Chimp, for example
261. Mimic
262. Mock, in a way
263. Gibbon, for one
264. The Naked ___ (1960's best seller)
265. Tailless simian
266. … partridge in ___ tree
267. Carillon call?
268. ... in ___ tree
269. Tarzan and kin
270. One making a good impression?
271. Vertically, to a sailor
272. Zoo home for gibbons
273. Missing link, possibly
274. Missing links, so to speak
275. Tarzan and others
276. Chimpersonators?
277. Tarzan's realm
278. Ones taking off?
279. I Got ___ (silly children's song with the line "Why is everyone laughing at me?")
280. Took after
281. Simian cousin of a 55-Down
282. One doing impressions
283. Cursory glance
284. 21-Across's "Three Pieces in the Shape of ___"
285. Boot hills?
286. Parodist, e.g.
287. Sight at Tanzania's Gombe Stream National Park
288. Followed closely?
289. Pithy observations
290. Parody, in a way
291. Play "monkey see, monkey do"?
292. Vertical, to a sailor
293. Acted and spoke like
294. Did a pantomime of
295. Human's closest relative
296. One step down on the evolutionary scale
297. Siamang or orangutan
298. Zoo habitat with trees and rope lines
299. Kir and Campari, for two
300. Mimic's skill
301. Great creatures
302. Humans' closest relatives
303. Something studied by a primatologist
304. Simian world
305. Jonathan and Granny Smith
306. Beekeeper's prefix
307. Army mil. address
308. Furthest orbital point from the earth
309. NASA craft needed oiling?
310. Awesome grade
311. Android Market purchases
312. Datebook listing: Abbr.
313. iCloud company
314. ___ Anton Ohno (U.S. speed skater with eight Olympic medals)
315. Teleport, as Harry Potter
316. Start of a definition of a perfectionist
317. Fossey's friends
318. Make _____ of oneself
319. A place with buzz?
320. Army addr.
321. Acting like
322. Cop -- (bargain in court)
323. Confident composure
324. Farthest orbital point
325. Kin of Kong
326. In -- (stacked up)
327. People who mimic
328. Adopt- -- (shelter program)
329. Insect enjoying a novel?
330. Greek love goddess
331. Mimicking mockingly
332. As straight as --
333. Adopt- -- (kennel program)
334. Pass It To ___ Soulja Boy
335. Rock the Casbah character
336. The Red Thread ___ Strap
337. Like appropriate lyric
338. Take ___ (emulate John Zogby)
339. Theater that hosted a contentious Bradley-Gore debate
340. Jobs company?
341. Sacred projection
342. Sea you'd better see before it's gone
343. One of three of fiction
344. Gift for Mrs. Smith?
345. Busy mo. for 1-Across
346. It may have an EIK
347. Duplicated, in a way
348. Flattered most sincerely
349. With the stroke of _____
350. Young or Kong
351. Malar measure?
352. Followed suit
353. Followed suit precisely
354. In a vertical direction nautically
355. Impersonation
356. Tarzan's foster mother, e.g.
357. Tarzan's protector
358. Gave one's impression of?
359. Played follow the leader
360. Breast-beating beast
361. Lug or thug
362. Tarzan's "mom"
363. Four-time film character for Roddy McDowall
364. Big primate
365. Lar gibbon, for example
366. Animal of interest to a primatologist
367. Caesar, in a 2011 film
368. Creature studied by Jane Goodall or Dian Fossey
369. Banana fan
370. CGI extra in a 2014 sequel
371. Chimp, e.g.
372. Large uncouth person
373. A real swinger!
374. Enthusiastic biped?
375. Fay Wray pal?
376. Fossey's subject
377. Go ___: flip out
378. Monkey's uncle
379. Breast-beating vegetarian
380. Filmdom's Cheeta or Clyde
381. Friend of George of the Jungle
382. Gorilla in the midst of the five longest across answers
383. Hairy Halloween costume
384. Bonobo, for one
385. Friend of Tarzan
386. Kin, to an evolutionist
387. Moviedom's Mighty Joe Young, e.g.
388. Evolutionary ancestor
389. King Kong is one
390. Follow, as in Simon Says
391. Go ___ (flip)
392. Hairy one
393. King Kong was one
394. Genetically enhanced creature, in a 2011 film
395. Gorilla, for one
396. Oafish sort
397. Hairy brute
398. Lowlands beast
399. Moviedom's Kong or Dunston
400. The Naked ___ (1967 Desmond Morris bestseller)
401. Bonobo or gibbon
402. Cornelius or Zira, in a 1968 Heston film
403. Go ___ over
404. Hairy hominoid
405. Hairy hulk
406. Primate house resident
407. Tarzan's adoptive mother
408. Mighty Joe Young or King Kong
409. Copy
410. Follow slavishly
411. Hairy or Naked
412. Orang
413. Primate
414. Tailless monkey
415. Tarzan's foster parent
416. Tarzan's foster-parent
417. Go ___ (get out of hand)
418. The Naked ___
419. Barbary, for one
420. Anthropoid
421. Jocko
422. Naked or hairy
423. Mandrill
424. The Hairy ___
425. Hairy creature
426. The Hairy ___: O'Neill
427. Bonzo, e.g.
428. Gibbon, e.g.
429. Gibraltar resident
430. Gorilla, e.g.
431. Vegetable goes to a pongid
432. Rue Morgue killer
433. Greatâ€‌ or lesserâ€‌ animal
434. Vertically, in nautical talk
435. More or less vertical
436. ...in ___ tree
437. Tarzan's foster mother
438. Burlesqued
439. View from Bologna
440. Orangutan, for one
441. Take ___ (look)
442. Act like
443. Boorish one
444. Copycat
445. Do an impression
446. J. Fred Muggs, for one
447. Lummox
448. Aldous Huxley's "___ and Essence"
449. Big galoot
450. Do a takeoff
451. Zoo swinger
452. Big oaf
453. Big brute
454. Bonobo, e.g.
455. Jungle denizen
456. Big goon
457. Big klutz
458. Big lug
459. Associate of Tarzan
460. Unoriginal one
461. Dr. Zaius, for one
462. Mighty Joe Young, for one
463. Jungle swinger
464. The Murders in the Rue Morgue beast
465. Donkey Kong, for one
466. Monkey's cousin
467. Primatologist's study
468. Rue Morgue perpetrator
469. Tarzan movie extra
470. Chimpanzee or gorilla
471. Filmdom's Cornelius or Dr. Zaius
472. Groomer in the jungle
473. Great or "lesser" creature
474. Leggo, you big ___!
475. Hominoid family member
476. Jungle groomer
477. Distant relative of Scopes?
478. Furry relative of humans
479. Emulate Rich Little
480. Gorilla, for instance
481. Large, ungainly fellow
482. King Kong was a big one
483. Musclebound brute
484. Big lummox
485. Bonzo, for one
486. Dian Fossey subject
487. Do an impression of
488. Zoo resident
489. Take off
490. Quadrumane
491. of Apode
492. Alt. of Apode
493. An order of Amphibia without feet. See Ophiomorpha.
494. Monkey relative
495. Galoot
496. Duplicate
497. A Bathing ___ (Japanese fashion brand named for a jungle animal)
498. Make fun of
499. Goon
500. Lout
501. Animal that beats its chest
502. Bruiser
503. Mirror
504. Gorilla
505. Gibbon or gorilla
506. Go ___
507. Imitate
508. Copier
509. Lubber
510. King Kong, e.g.
511. Lug
512. Koko who communicates through American Sign Language, e.g.
513. Donkey Kong, e.g.
514. Impersonate
515. Zoo attraction
516. Take off on
517. Simian
518. Caricature
519. Form of the Egyptian god Thoth
520. Troglodyte
521. Long-armed animal
522. Costume party costume
523. Monkey's uncle?
524. Going ___
525. Distant cousin of humans
526. Common costume for a costume party
527. Parrot
528. Emulate
529. Bad way to go?
530. Mock
531. Cousin of a lemur
532. Do, so to speak
533. Flatter, in a way
534. Uncouth one
535. Do a takeoff on
536. Sluggish (5)
537. River in path of Russian drive (8)
538. Chest-beating primate
539. Imitate monkey
540. Monkey
541. Chimpanzee
542. The Hairy ___, play by O'Neill
543. The Rue Morgue murderer
544. Acaudal primate
545. The Hairy ___, by Eugene O'Neill
546. Killer in the Rue Morgue
547. Gargantua
548. One of the zoo's attractions
549. Animal without a tail
550. An imitator
551. Follow irrationally
552. Character in "The Murders in the Rue Morgue"
553. Animal
554. Orangutan
555. The Rue Morgue slayer
556. Symbol of Hanuman; Hindu myth
557. O'Neill's, "The Hairy ___"
558. The late Gargantua
559. Makoko, for instance
560. Orangutan, e.g
561. "... you damned dirty ___!"
562. "Congo" attacker
563. "Congo" beast
564. "Congo" villain
565. "Damned dirty" creature
566. "Damned dirty" oppressor of film
567. "Dunston Checks In" star
568. "George of the Jungle" character
569. "George of the Jungle" creature
570. "George of the Jungle" creature or his name
571. "George of the Jungle" critter
572. "Going ___!" (Danza bomb)
573. "Gorillas in the Mist" extra
574. "Gorillas in the Mist" primate
575. "Grape ___ " '70s cartoon
576. "Great" African
577. "Great" animal
578. "Great" beast
579. "Great" hominid
580. "Great" one in Africa
581. "Great" or "lesser" creature
582. "Great" primate
583. "Great" simian
584. "Harry the Hairy ___"
585. "I hate every ___ I see from chimpan-a to chimpan-zee" (Classic "Simpsons" quote)
586. "Impression"-able creature?
587. "Is man an ___ or an angel?"
588. "Is man an ___ or an angel?": Disraeli
589. "King Kong" creature
590. "Leave me alone ya big ___"
591. "Leggo you big ___!"
592. "Lemme go ya big ___!"
593. "Lemme go ya big ___"
594. "Pink Bubbles Go ___" Helloween
595. "Statutory ___" The Black Dahlia Murder
596. "Take your stinking paws off me you damn dirty ___!"
597. "Take your stinking paws off me you damn dirty ___"
598. "Tarzan" beast
599. "Tarzan" creature
600. "Tarzan" critter
601. "Tarzan" extra (3)
602. "The Great Grape ___ Show"
603. "The Hairy ___" (Eugene O'Neill drama revived in 2017 starring Bobby Cannavale)
604. "The Hairy ___" (Eugene O'Neill play)
605. "The Hairy ___" (O'Neill play)
606. "The Murders in the Rue Morgue" beast
607. "The Murders in the Rue Morgue" character
608. "The Murders in the Rue Morgue" creature
609. "The Murders in the Rue Morgue" killer
610. "The Naked ___" (1967 Desmond Morris bestseller)
611. "The Naked ___" (Desmond Morris book)
612. "Who put the ___ in apricot?" (Wizard of Oz song lyric)
613. "___ Escape"
614. "___ Escape" (1999 PlayStation game)
615. "___ Escape" (Sony video game whose titular character escapes from a monkey park)
616. "___ Escape" (old PlayStation game)
617. 'Great' or 'lesser' animal
618. 'Monkey see monkey do.'
619. 'Tarzan' extra
620. 'The Naked ___' (Desmond Morris title)
621. 'The Naked ___' by Desmond Morris
622. (Go) bananas
623. (Go) batshit
624. (Smoke without damaging one's) lu(n)g(s perhaps)
625. ...and companion
626. 1970 Kinks' track "___man"
627. 2001 Tim Burton extra
628. A close relative
629. A human is a great one
630. A jocose fellow from the jungle.
631. A primate
632. A purple Hanna-Barbera star for example
633. Agile tree climber
634. Aldous Huxley novel ___ and Essence
635. Aldous Huxley's "___and Essence"
636. Alleged ancestor
637. An anthropoid primate
638. Andy Serkis's Caesar e.g.
639. Animal from which Jeff (and all of us) evolved
640. Animal high on the evolutionary ladder
641. Animal in Darwin's "The Descent of Man"
642. Animal in a 1968 sci-fi film
643. Animal in a shrewdness
644. Animal known for imitating
645. Animal known for impressions
646. Animal known for mimicking
647. Animal mimic?
648. Animal opening a pet shop
649. Animal studied by Jane Goodall
650. Animal that may "arm-swing"
651. Animal that may be great
652. Animal that's "great" or "lesser"
653. Animal whose name is a synonym of "parrot"
654. Animal whose plural is the plural of a very different animal in Latin
655. Animal with an opposable thumb
656. Animal.
657. Anthropoid ancestor
658. Anthropoid.
659. Antithesis of grace
660. Any of Tarzan's adopters
661. Arboreal critter
662. Arm-over-arm swinger
663. Baboon
664. Baboon or bonobo (note that the circled letter appears just once in this grid)
665. Baboon's cousin
666. Baboon for example
667. Bad way to go
668. Banana-loving creature
669. Bananas
670. Bananas metaphorically
671. Bananas or an animal that eats bananas
672. Barbary ___ (a monkey really)
673. Barbary ___ (kind of monkey)
674. Barbary ___ (kind of monkey really)
675. Barbary ___.
676. Barbary animal
677. Barbary primate
678. Barbary for one
679. Be a copycat
680. Be imitative
681. Beast in The Murders in the Rue Morgue
682. Beast in a primate house
683. Beast that imitates
684. Behave like
685. Big and hairy swinger
686. Big animal in the jungle
687. Big buffoon
688. Big bumbler
689. Big copycat
690. Big creature in a zoo
691. Big dope
692. Big hairy knuckle-dragging creature
693. Big lunk
694. Big simian
695. Big thug
696. Big zoo attraction
697. Big zoo denizen
698. Big clumsy guy
699. Big hairy beast
700. Big uncouth guy
701. Big-and-clumsy one
702. Bone smasher in the opening scene of "2001: A Space Odyssey"
703. Bonkers
704. Bonobo or siamang
705. Bonobo e.g.
706. Bonobo for example
707. Bonobo for one
708. Bonobo say
709. Bonzo of film for one
710. Bonzo or Clyde
711. Bonzo or Clyde of the movies
712. Bonzo e.g.
713. Bonzo for one
714. Bonzo in "Bedtime for Bonzo"
715. Boor
716. Boorish person
717. Boorish sort
718. Brachiating beast
719. Brawny henchman
720. Breast beater
721. Breast-beating creature
722. Breast-beating primate
723. Bronx Zoo
724. Bronx Zoo denizen
725. Bronx Zoo inhabitant
726. Bronx Zoo resident
727. Brute
728. Brutish one
729. Bubbles or Koko e.g.
730. Buffoon
731. Bull in a china shop
732. Bungling sort
733. Burlesque
734. Burroughs beast
735. Bushmeat source
736. CGI star of a 2011 summer blockbuster
737. Caesar in 2011 and 2014 blockbusters e.g.
738. Caesar of a rebooted sci-fi film series e.g.
739. Caesar e.g.
740. Caesar in a 2010s movie franchise
741. Can finish
742. Certain movie planet resident
743. Certain primate
744. Character in a Heston sci-fi film
745. Character in a Pierre Boulle novel
746. Chest beater
747. Chest beater at the zoo
748. Chest-beating vegetarian
749. Chest-thumping beast
750. Chest-thumping creature
751. Chest-thumping critter
752. Chimp or gorilla
753. Chimp or orang
754. Chimp or orangutan
755. Chimp e.g.
756. Chimp for example
757. Chimp for instance
758. Chimp for one
759. Chimpanzee or orang
760. Chimpanzee e.g.
761. Chimpanzee for example
762. Chimpanzee for one
763. Chum of Tarzan
764. Cinematic Heston enemy
765. Class clown often
766. Clean Air Act org.
767. Clint's Clyde in a 1978 movie
768. Clod
769. Clumsy fellow
770. Clumsy oaf
771. Clumsy one
772. Clumsy one slangily
773. Clumsy person
774. Clumsy sort
775. Clumsy type
776. Coarse person
777. Compliment in a way
778. Copier jammed into this puzzle's theme answers
779. Copier that might take your hand off if you tried to jam a whole ream of sheets in it
780. Copy mindlessly
781. Copy.
782. Cornelius or Dr. Zaius e.g.
783. Cornelius or Zira in a 1968 Heston film
784. Cracker Barrel offering
785. Crazy
786. Crazy way to go?
787. Crazy in a phrase
788. Crazy metaphorically
789. Creature in a Huxley title
790. Creature with long arms
791. Crudely do
792. Culprit in a Poe story
793. Danza film "Going ___!"
794. Darwin subject.
795. Darwinian protagonist.
796. Denizen of Gilbralter.
797. Desmond Morris book "The Naked ___"
798. Desmond Morris' was naked
799. Desmond Morris's is naked
800. Diane Fosse's Koko
801. Diddy Kong e.g.
802. Do
803. Do Little work?
804. Do a parody of
805. Do impressions of
806. Do like
807. Do like in an animal analogy
808. Do likewise
809. Do the same
810. Do the same thing as
811. Do so to speak
812. Donkey Kong e.g.
813. Donkey Kong for example
814. Donkey Kong for one
815. Donkey or King Kong
816. Dr. Zaius of moviedom e.g.
817. Dr. Zaius e.g.
818. Dr. Zaius for example
819. Dr. Zaius for one
820. Dumb brute
821. Dunderhead
822. Dunston in "Dunston Checks In " e.g.
823. Dunston in the 1996 movie "Dunston Checks In" e.g.
824. Echo
825. Engage in mimicry
826. Eugene O'Neill's 'The Hairy ___'
827. Evolution subject
828. Evolutionist's kin?
829. Exhibit unoriginality
830. Extra in a 2001 Tim Burton movie
831. Famous Skull Island denizen for one
832. Feline :cat :: pithecan : ___
833. Filmdom's Dr. Zaius e.g.
834. Flatter in a way
835. Flatter maybe
836. Flock : bird :: shrewdness : ___
837. Follow closely
838. Follow as in Simon Says
839. Forest resident
840. Forest swinger
841. Fossey focus
842. Fossey or Goodall focus
843. Fossey or Goodall subject
844. Fossey subject
845. Fossey's friend
846. Furry Halloween costume
847. Genetically enhanced creature in a 2011 film
848. George of the Jungle's pal
849. George of the Jungle's sidekick
850. Giant copier
851. Gibbon
852. Gibbon e.g.
853. Gibbon or bonobo
854. Gibbon e.g.
855. Gibbon for example
856. Gibbon for instance
857. Gibbon for one
858. Gibbon for one.
859. Gibbon.
860. Gibraltar animal.
861. Gibraltar beast
862. Go ___ (come unglued)
863. Go ___ (flip out)
864. Go ___ (lose control)
865. Go ___ (lose it)
866. Go ___ (lose one's temper)
867. Go wild with "out"
868. Goes ___
869. Goodall subject
870. Gorilla or baboon
871. Gorilla or chimpanzee
872. Gorilla or gibbon
873. Gorilla e.g.
874. Gorilla for example
875. Gorilla for instance
876. Gorilla for one
877. Gorilla gibbon or orangutan
878. Grape ___ (Hanna-Barbera beast)
879. Grape ___ (Hanna-Barbera cartoon character)
880. Grape ___ (cartoon gorilla)
881. Great ___
882. Great beast
883. Great one?
884. Great or big follower
885. Great or lesser beast
886. Great primate
887. Greystoke raiser
888. Gross one
889. Guise
890. Hairy Hollywood heavy
891. Hairy anthropoid
892. Hairy beast
893. Hairy brute of the jungle
894. Hairy copier
895. Hairy creature in a Eugene O'Neill title
896. Hairy critter
897. Hairy guy
898. Hairy hominid in a Eugene O'Neill title
899. Hairy mammal
900. Hairy role for McDowall or Carter
901. Hairy thug
902. Hairy zoo creature
903. Hairy tailless animal
904. Halloween costume
905. Ham e.g.
906. Hanna-Barbera had a grape one
907. Hanuman
908. Harambe e.g.
909. Hardly a sage
910. Have nothing new to say
911. He might go bananas for bananas
912. He's hairy
913. Heston called one dirty
914. High IQ animal.
915. Highly excited in slang
916. Hirsute one
917. Hominid
918. Hominidae member
919. Hominoid animal
920. Hominoid commonly
921. Homo sapiens for one
922. Hoodlum
923. How people go when wildly excited
924. Huge primate
925. Hulking galoot
926. Hulking henchman
927. Hulking hoodlum
928. Hulking thug
929. Human cousin
930. Human's hairy cousin
931. Human's relative
932. Human biologically
933. Human for one
934. Humanlike beast
935. Imitate unthinkingly
936. Imitate.
937. Imitated
938. Imitator
939. Imitator.
940. Inhabitant of Boulle's "Planet"
941. Ishmael of Daniel Quinn's book "Ishmael " e.g.
942. It is naked in a Desmond Morris title
943. It may be great at the zoo
944. It was naked in a Desmond Morris title
945. It's hairy and scary
946. It's naked in a Desmond Morris title
947. J. Fred Muggs of "The Today Show" for example
948. J. Fred Muggs for one
949. Jane Goodall subject
950. Jessica Lange's biggest co-star
951. Joe Young for one
952. Jungle beast
953. Jungle creature
954. Jungle dweller
955. Jungle heavy
956. Jungle inhabitant.
957. Jungle primate
958. Jungle-movie suit
959. Kerchak in "Tarzan " e.g.
960. Killer in the Rue Morgue.
961. Kim Hunter played one opposite Charlton Heston
962. Kin to an evolutionist
963. Kind of man to The Kinks
964. King Kong e.g.
965. King Kong for example
966. King Kong for instance
967. King Kong for one
968. King Kong notably
969. King Kong say
970. King Louie in "The Jungle Book " e.g.
971. Klutz's cry
972. Knuckle-dragger
973. Knuckle-walker
974. Koko or Kong
975. Koko or Washoe e.g.
976. Koko the gorilla e.g.
977. Koko who communicates through American Sign Language e.g.
978. Koko who signs e.g.
979. Koko e.g.
980. Kong's kind
981. Kong e.g.
982. Kong for one
983. Lack originality
984. Lancelot Link e.g.
985. Lancelot Link e.g.
986. Lar gibbon for example
987. Large creature in a zoo
988. Large simian
989. Large simian creature
990. Large ungainly fellow
991. Largest arboreal animal e.g.
992. Learn like a monkey
993. Learn like a monkey?
994. Lee "Scratch" Perry reggae album "Super ___"
995. Lemur cousin
996. Lemur kin
997. Lemur's kin
998. Lesser or great animal
999. Long-armed primate
1000. Long-armed swinger
1001. Low brow sort
1002. Luggage abuser in an old American Tourister commercial
1003. Lunkhead
1004. Mighty Joe Young e.g.
1005. Macaque or bonobo
1006. Macaque.
1007. Mad about with "over"
1008. Magilla Gorilla or Mighty Joe Young
1009. Magilla Gorilla for one
1010. Magilla or Mighty Joe Young
1011. Magot
1012. Make a travesty of
1013. Make an impression?
1014. Make fun of in a way
1015. Make fun of maybe
1016. Mammal whose arms are longer than its legs
1017. Man cousin
1018. Mandrill.
1019. Many a Kong
1020. Many a simian
1021. Many a tailless primate
1022. Mark Wahlberg foe in a 2001 remake
1023. Member of Tarzan's adoptive family
1024. Menagerie member
1025. Mighty Joe Young <P>e.g.
1026. Mighty Joe Young for one
1027. Mighty Joe Young notably
1028. Mighty animal
1029. MIME
1030. Mime.
1031. Mimic mindlessly
1032. Mimic unthinkingly
1033. Mimic.
1034. Mimicker
1035. Mindless mimic
1036. Mindlessly mimic
1037. Missing Link's ancestor
1038. Missing link's relative
1039. Mock by mimicry
1040. Mock in a way
1041. Monkey around?
1042. Monkey's uncle maybe
1043. Monkey.
1044. Moviedom's Dr. Zaius e.g.
1045. Moviedom's Mighty Joe Young e.g.
1046. Neighbor of Tarzan
1047. Neil Sedaka "I Go ___"
1048. Newspaper section
1049. Nirvana's "Very ___"
1050. No tail bearer
1051. Nonhuman primate
1052. O'Neill subject
1053. O'Neill title character
1054. O'Neill's 'The Hairy ___'
1055. O'Neill's is hairy
1056. Oaf
1057. Oafish type
1058. Off the deep end
1059. One communicating via sign language maybe
1060. One may walk on its knuckles
1061. One of George of the Jungle's pals
1062. One of Goodall's group
1063. One of a great group?
1064. One of many extras in a 1968 film or its 2001 remake
1065. One of two like objects idiomatically
1066. One rampaging in 2018's "Rampage"
1067. One way to go
1068. Orang e.g.
1069. Orang.
1070. Orangutan or gibbon
1071. Orangutan e.g.
1072. Orangutan for example
1073. Orangutan for one
1074. Orangutan.
1075. Our kin to evolutionists
1076. Out of control
1077. Pal of George of the Jungle
1078. Palooka
1079. Pantomime
1080. Parody
1081. Parody in a way
1082. Parrot a primate?
1083. Parrot relative?
1084. Parrot perhaps
1085. Person's close cousin?
1086. Pet for Solomon (1Kings 10:22)
1087. Play "monkey see monkey do"?
1088. Plug-ugly
1089. Poe perpetrator
1090. Pongid e.g.
1091. Pongo e.g.
1092. Powerful African creature
1093. Powerful jungle creature
1094. Powerful primate
1095. Practice "monkey see monkey do"
1096. Practice monkey see monkey do
1097. Practice monkey-see monkey-do
1098. Pretend to be
1099. Previous answer spelled backwards
1100. Primate category
1101. Primate without a tail
1102. Primate.
1103. Primatologist's study perhaps
1104. Primatology specimen
1105. Professor Bobo of "Mystery Science Theater 3000 " e.g.
1106. Prosimian's larger cousin
1107. Rainforest denizen
1108. Rainforest forager
1109. Rampant say
1110. Rearer of Tarzan
1111. Relative of the missing link.
1112. Repeat word for word
1113. Resident of San Simian?
1114. Rip off
1115. Role for Roddy McDowell
1116. Roughneck
1117. Rue Morgue murderer
1118. Rue Morgue terror
1119. Rue Morgue villain.
1120. See and do
1121. Send up
1122. Show unoriginality
1123. Siamang
1124. Siamang e.g.
1125. Siamang for one
1126. Siamang.
1127. Silverback e.g.
1128. Simian beast
1129. Simian creature
1130. Simian.
1131. Sometimes people "go" this
1132. Sound like
1133. Spoof
1134. Stereotypical banana eater
1135. Study for Goodall
1136. Stumblebum
1137. Subject for Jane Goodall
1138. Subject of many an anthropology investigation
1139. Subject of research for Jane Goodall
1140. Swinger in the zoo
1141. Tailless beast
1142. Tailless jungle beast
1143. Tailless primate
1144. Tailless zoo creature
1145. Take after
1146. Take-off
1147. Talk like
1148. Tarzan "parent"
1149. Tarzan beast
1150. Tarzan chum
1151. Tarzan companion
1152. Tarzan pal
1153. Tarzan raiser (3)
1154. Tarzan tender
1155. Tarzan's "mother"
1156. Tarzan's adoptive mother e.g.
1157. Tarzan's cohort
1158. Tarzan's father figure
1159. Tarzan's foster mom
1160. Tarzan's foster mother e.g.
1161. Tarzan's friend Cheeta for one
1162. Tarzan's hairy friend
1163. Tarzan's pal
1164. Tarzan's playing companion as a youth
1165. Tarzan's stepmother
1166. The largest arboreal animal is one
1167. The titular character in the film "Mighty Joe Young" e.g.
1168. Thug
1169. Tim Burton movie character 2001
1170. Toledo Zoo primate
1171. Tropical forest denizen
1172. Uncouth clod
1173. Uncouth fellow
1174. Uncouth person
1175. Uncouth sort
1176. Uncultured one
1177. Vine aficionado
1178. Vine connoisseur?
1179. Way to go
1180. Way to go?
1181. Went ___ (freaked)
1182. Wild
1183. Willis O'Brien's Kong e.g.
1184. Word after great or lesser
1185. Wou-wou e.g.
1186. Wou-wou for one
1187. Yank in an O'Neill play
1188. You're a "great" one
1189. You're a great one
1190. Zoo animal
1191. Zoo beast
1192. Zoo biggie
1193. Zoo creature
1194. Zoo denizen
1195. Zoo denizen.
1196. Zoo favorite
1197. Zoo primate
1198. ___ hangers (high motorcycle handlebars)
1199. ___ hangers (stylized motorcycle handlebars)
1200. ___-man
1201. Tarzan's pal?
1202. Macaque
1203. Prof Hooton's subject
1204. Zoo boarder
1205. Animal with a face
1206. Kin of 107
1207. Relative of the missing link
1208. J Fred Muggs of TV
1209. Muggs of TV
1210. Moviedom's Dr. Zaius, e.g.
1211. Desmond Morris's "The Naked ___"
1212. Mock, maybe
1213. Neanderthal
1214. Tarzan extra
1215. Dr. Zaius, e.g.
1216. Filmdom's Dr. Zaius, e.g.
1217. Primatologist's study, perhaps
1218. Lemme go, ya big ___
1219. Practice "monkey see, monkey do"
1220. Practice monkey-see, monkey-do
1221. George of the Jungle creature
1222. Great creature
1223. The Murders in the Rue Morgue character
1224. Big, clumsy guy
1225. Great or "lesser" animal
1226. Impression-able creature?
1227. Great African
1228. Tarzan creature
1229. Human, for one
1230. Baboon or bonobo (circle this answer's second letter [the only in the grid] for a bonus)
1231. Hairy, tailless animal
1232. Koko the gorilla, e.g.
1233. Tarzan's adoptive mother, e.g.
1234. Mighty Joe Young <P>e.g.
1235. See 4 Down
1236. Anchor position
1237. Lancelot Link e.g.
1238. Copied
1239. Lancelot Link, e.g.
1240. . . . in ___ tree
1241. The Naked ___, by Desmond Morris
1242. Flattered, in a way
1243. It is naked, in a Desmond Morris title
1244. Flattered most sincerely
1245. Did an impression
1246. Mocked by imitating
1247. Vertical, as an anchor cable
1248. . . . partridge in ___ tree
1249. In a vertical position
1250. Subject for Dian Fossey
1251. In a vertical line, at sea
1252. In a vertical direction, nautically
1253. Kerchak in "Tarzan," e.g.
1254. Simian in the center of 17-, 38- and 60-Across
1255. Did a takeoff on
1256. Barbary ___ (kind of monkey, really)
1257. Dr. Zaius of moviedom, e.g.
1258. Tarzan's friend Cheeta, for one
1259. Smokes for Dr. Zaius?
1260. Barbary ___ (a monkey, really)
1261. Desmond Morris' "The Naked ___"
1262. Did a takeoff of
1263. Acted like
1264. Vertical, at sea
1265. Mimicked
1266. Took off on
1267. Glimpse
1268. More or less vertical, at sea
1269. Sneak ___
1270. Made like
1271. Without ___ (quietly)
1272. Little or Short
1273. Parroted
1274. Parodied
1275. Tarzan, for one
1276. They're unoriginal
1277. Take down ___ (humble)
1278. Opening
1279. Impressionism?
1280. Made fun of, in a way
1281. Missing links
1282. Impressionist
1283. Mimics
1284. Planet of the ___
1285. Gorillas
1286. Made an impression?
1287. So-called missing link
1288. Silverback, e.g.
1289. Mirrored
1290. Oafish
1291. Ways to earn college credits while in H.S.
1292. Star student's goal
1293. Per
1294. Blood type, for short
1295. Each
1296. Self-confidence
1297. Show up
1298. Sex ___
1299. Orbital high point
1300. Cathedral area
1301. Blue hue
1302. Spirited steed
1303. Zenith
1304. Plant pest
1305. Early Christian
1306. Uses
1307. Pinnacle
1308. Individually
1309. Per unit
1310. Place for a GI's mail
1311. Great grade
1312. Sleep disorder
1313. Mimicry pro
1314. Mil. address
1315. Copies
1316. Kong's kin
1317. Bee-related
1318. Jobs creation?
1319. Silly
1320. Building projections
1321. Sun god
1322. Killer PC program
1323. GI mail drop
1324. Foolishly affected
1325. Placate
1326. Mil. addresses
1327. Boats like Noah's
1328. Emulated
1329. Did an impression of
1330. Did the same
1331. Made a mockery of?
1332. Followed closely
1333. Impersonated
1334. Copycats
1335. Mimicking behavior
1336. Planet of the _____
1337. Sneak _____ (look quickly)
1338. J. Fred Muggs, e.g.
1339. ...partridge in ___ tree
1340. Did a Little bit
1341. Impersonator
1342. Is man an __ or an angel?: Disraeli
1343. Goes __
1344. Largest arboreal animal, e.g.
1345. Gibbon, for example
1346. Go wild, with "out"
1347. With 6-Down, ancestor from long ago
1348. Orangutan, for example
1349. Tarzan, e.g.
1350. Chimpanzee, for example
1351. George of the Jungle character
1352. Ham, e.g.
1353. Little skill
1354. Quadrumane.
1355. Take off.
1356. Tarzan's colleague.
1357. Copied.
1358. Tarzan's foster mother.
1359. Impersonated.
1360. Chimpanzee.
1361. The Rue Morgue murderer.
1362. Italy's 800-mile mountain range.
1363. 26,000 square miles of shallow water.
1364. Murderer in the Rue Morgue.
1365. Subject of study by anthropologist R. M. Yerkes.
1366. Yank, in an O'Neill play.
1367. In a vertical line.
1368. The Rue Morgue slayer.
1369. In a vertical line: Naut.
1370. Makoko, for instance.
1371. O'Neill's, "The Hairy ___."
1372. Symbol of Hanuman; Hindu myth.
1373. Tarzan's friend.
1374. The late Gargantua.
1375. Animal without a tail.
1376. Character in "The Murders in the Rue Morgue."
1377. Follow irrationally.
1378. One of the zoo's attractions.
1379. Zoo attraction.
1380. Kin of 107 Down.
1381. Prof. Hooton's subject.
1382. Zoo boarder.
1383. J. Fred Muggs of TV.
1384. Mr. J. Fred Muggs.
1385. Muggs of TV.
1386. Acted like J. Fred Muggs.
1387. King Kong.
1388. The killer in the Rue Morgue.
1389. Zoo spectacle.
1390. Siamang or orang.
1391. And a partridge in ___ tree.
1392. In a vertical position: Naut.
1393. In vertical position: Naut.
1394. Almost vertical: Naut.
1395. See 89 Across.
1396. Vertically, nautically.
1397. . . . partridge in ___ tree.
1398. See 56 Down.
1399. Upright in position: Naut.
1400. Vertical: Naut.
1401. Vertical, as an anchor.
1402. Great __
1403. Tarzan's Cheeta, for one
1404. Orang, e.g.
1405. Kong, e.g.
1406. Copy of tapestry
1407. Mr J Fred Muggs
1408. The killer in the Rue Morgue
1409. Zoo spectacle
1410. Siamang or orang
1411. Jungle inhabitant
1412. Gibraltar animal
1413. Darwinian protagonist
1414. Darwin subject
1415. Denizen of Gilbralter
1416. See
1417. Monkey see, monkey do
1418. The Naked —, book by Desmond Morris
1419. Zoo dweller
1420. Donkey Kong, e.g
1421. Intelligent primate
1422. Animal hidden in 'banana peel'
1423. Parrot, or a certain primate
1424. King Kong, e.g
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