Celebes moor macaque
Due to their dog-like muzzles, macaques are sometimes known as dog-apes. This is a misnomer, as macaques are monkeys, and not apes.
Celebes moor macaques have a lifespan of 28 years.
Body length: 50-58.5cm, Weight: Not known.
Celebes moor macaques have brown to dark brown/black body fur. They have a pale brown/grey rump patch, and pink ischial callosities (bare skin on the rump).
Celebes moor macaques inhabit Sulawesi (Indonesia).
They live in tropical forest.
This species feeds on figs, bamboo seeds, buds, sprouts, invertebrates and cereals.
Celebes moor macaques live in multi-male, multi-female groups. They are active during the day, and spend their time both in the trees and on the ground.
After a gestation period of 162-186 days, females give birth to one young, which weighs about 450g at birth.
Celebes moor macaques are classified as Endangered by the IUCN Red List.