|Aliases||Kong Reject Orangutans|
|Family||Kong Family |
|Powers/Abilities||Can throw barrels rapidly|
|Enemies||Donkey Kong |
|Game(s)||Donkey Kong Country
They are drastically different in appearance from the Kongs despite their shared species, likely due to being affected by the radioactive chemical energy (called Kremling Source in the Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest manual) from Krocodile Kore; energy that flows under Crocodile Isle.
This sub-species of Kong is very dangerous, but can be defeated with a jump from Donkey and Diddy.
Mankys attack by throwing a (seemingly) endless supply of barrels in the Kongs' path. If the Kong jumps onto the other side of a Manky Kong, it will turn around and attack from behind. As with other regular enemies, jumping or rolling into it will defeat him, but the former is usually safer. In later levels, they normally appear in high places throwing barrels, acting as obstacles.
- The name Manky Kong comes from the words "Mangy" and "Skanky", and a pun on the word "Monkey". Manky is also a British slang term, meaning "dirty". This is likely because Rareware, the creators of the game, is a British company.
- Manky Kong's name is similar to the name of the Pokémon, Mankey.
- Manky Kong appeared in Super Smash Bros. Brawl as a sticker.
- They are similar to and may be related to the Minkey.
|Baby Donkey Kong | Baby Kong | Bink | Bluster Kong | Cactus King | Candy Kong | Chunky Kong | Cranky Kong | Diddy Kong | Dixie Kong | Donkey Kong | Donkey Kong Jr. | Dread Kong | Eddie | Funky Kong | Giant Donkey Kong | Ghastly King | Karate Kong | Kiddy Kong | Kong Fu | Lanky Kong | Ninja Kong | Robot Candy Clone | Sumo Kong | Swanky Kong | Tiny Kong | Wrinkly Kong|
|Types of Kong|
|Chained Kong | Skong | Kong | Manky Kong|