Spider monkey (disambiguation)

Spidermonkey can refer to:

* Spider monkey, found in the tropical forests of Mexico and Brazil.
* SpiderMonkey (taxonomy editor), the XBRL taxonomy editor developed by CoreFiling Ltd.
* SpiderMonkey (JavaScript engine), the code name for the first invented JavaScript engine


* Spidermonkey - one of ten aliens Ben Tennyson can turn into in the Cartoon Network series "".
* Jake Spidermonkey, a character in "My Gym Partner's a Monkey"

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