- For the piece of evidence, see Mr. Monkey's Head.
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Mr. Monkey is a fictional character who is the mascot of Global Studios. There is a large statue/clock of him at Global Studios itself, although it was badly damaged on the day of Jack Hammer's murder.
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The head of the mascot was later used for a black market auction of police evidence, and was among several such items found by Miles Edgeworth in a secret storage room on the 51st floor of Grand Tower. Although Edgeworth recognized it, he once again mistakenly referred to it as "Mrs. Monkey", with his investigative partner at the time, Ema Skye, pointing out his error.
- Its Japanese name, "Sarumage-don" (サルマゲどん), comes from "saru" (猿), meaning "monkey", and "chonmage" (ちょんまげ), a type of traditional topknot haircut associated with samurai. The suffix "-don" is a honorific used in various countries that roughly translates as "Lord".
- Its English name is simply "Monkey" with the standard English honorific "Mister".