Tonkean macaque, tonkean black macaque
Tonkean macaques have a reputation for raiding crops.
The lifespan of the tonkean macaque is unknown.
Body length: 42-68cm, Tail length: 3-6cm, Weight: Not known.
Tonkean macaques have dark brown to black fur, with prominent brown/grey/buff cheek tufts. Their large buff rump patch contrasts with the darker body.
Tonkean macaques inhabit Sulawesi (Indonesia).
Their preferred habitat is tropical forest.
Tonkean macaques feed on figs, bamboo seeds, buds, sprouts, invertebrates and cereals.
Tonkean macaques live in multi-male, multi-female troops, with no formal hierarchy. They are active during the day, and spend their time both in the trees and on the ground.
The reproductive behaviour of this species is unknown.
Tonkean macaques are listed as Vulnerable by the IUCN Red List.