As far as I know, two different species of primates can not naturally mate with each other. One of the definitions of a species is the inability to breed with each other. There are however exceptions to the rule, such as a mating between a horse and a donkey to produce a mule. However, I do not know of any primate inter-breeding in the nature. There are however claims that primates of different species have been inter-bred in captivity or that ancestors of humans and chimps might have interbred.
By definition, a species is a group of animals that can successfully breed with one another and produce live young. While there are only a couple popular exception, such as a donkey and a horse, inter species breeding is very rare, and no known primates have been able to bridge that divide.
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