Due to their dog-like muzzles, macaques are sometimes known as dog-apes. This is a misnomer, as macaques are monkeys, and not apes.
The lifespan of the booted macaque is unknown.
Body length: 50-59cm. Tail length: 35-40 Weight: Not known
Booted macaques have grey fur on their forearms and hind limbs, with a black body and a grey rump patch. The infants are brown and change to black gradually.
Booted macaques inhabit Sulawesi (Indonesia).
Their preferred habitat is tropical forest.
Booted macaques feed on figs, bamboo seeds, buds, sprouts, invertebrates and cereals.
They are diurnal (active during the day) and spend the majority of their time in the trees.
The reproductive behaviour of this species is unknown.
The conservation status of booted macaques is listed as Data Deficient by the IUCN Red List.