My favorite new geographical shape is now, drum role please....the Monkey Saddle. When I looked at it initially, I thought right away I knew why it was called a Monkey Saddle. The shape (to me) just kind of looks like a monkey. Particularly, you can see the two ears on the side. The downward sloping concavity looks like a monkey snout, and the upward concavity looks like a monkey forehead. http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/2/2b/Monkey_Saddle_Surface_(Shaded).png Then... as I was doing more research on my recent favorite geometrical object, I found that the monkey saddle moniker got it's name because the monkey has a "tail" and that, what I thought were the ears were actually where the monkey's legs go, and the downward facing concavity was where the tail settled on. That makes sense, especially because the word "saddle" is in the moniker, but I have to say I am still partial to the interpretation that the shape looks like a monkey's face. I would like to get your opinion, which interpretation do you like better? The "face" or the "tail" interpretation?