Apidium (name meaning "Small Bull") is a genus of Adapid primate that originated during the Late Eocene period epoch in what is now Africa. Discovered by Henry Fairfield Osborn in 1908, Apidium was species of Eocene apes that lived in highly social groups and often fed off fruiting trees. Living in mangroves, Apidium would jump across the water ways. Leaping is one thing Apidium were very good at.



  • The sound effects of Apidium are toucan and gibbon calls.
  • Apidium was the second primate brought to the park.
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