Japanese macaque (Macaca fuscata)

Status: Least Concern
Threats: Habitat destruction and hunting by humans

How long does it live? 33years
What does it eat? Fruit, seeds, leaves, bark, fungi, bird eggs, animals e.g. crayfish.

How big is it? Same as a beagle (males generally larger)
How does it talk? Contact calls coos, squeals to show another monkey they are in charge, different alarm calls for different predators

What country does it live in? Japan,Asia
Where does it live? Lost of forests. Most Northern of any primate (excluding humans)

Who does it live with? Many males & females. More females. Strong female hierarchy infants have mother's rank. Males have less rigid hierarchy. Highly social
What do they know? Good swimmers. Hot thermal baths in winter

How does it walk? Walks on all fours
Where would you find it? In the day on the ground and in trees

 

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