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crab-eating macaque

Macaca fascicularis. See also macaque.
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Among the samples from peninsular Malaysia, those from human cases were all assigned to cluster 3, along with most of the infections from wild long-tailed macaques sampled in Kelantan, although long-tailed macaque infections from the other 2 sites had more intermediate cluster assignments, suggesting some ancestral affinity with cluster 2.
Victorious, the guardian of Bud Bongao - a greying, bearded old long-tailed macaque - snatches the treat and hoots off into the darkness - allowing us to continue to the peak.
Shots from an 18-month camera trap project in the middle of the Borneo jungle have revealed the presence of cheeky long-tailed macaques - flashing a toothy grin - as well as a family of lounging otters, a terrified-looking leopard, orangutans, a family of big-nose proboscis monkeys and herds of elephants.
Population status of long-tailed macaque (Macaca fascicularis) in Peninsular Malaysia.
The common monkey of Southeast Asia: long-tailed macaque populations, ethnophoresy, and their occurrence in human environments.
Nature lovers can go bird watching or feed the long-tailed macaques inside Rajah Sikatuna National Park in Barangay Riverside.
Post-conflict behaviour among wild long-tailed macaques (Macaca fascicularis).
As he finds out more, George goes to orang-utan school in Sumatra, before heading to Thailand where he sees long-tailed macaques.
BBC One's Monkey Planet sees zoologist Dr George McGavin with soap-loving orang-utans and long-tailed macaques, who use rocks to smash open oysters and cockles and pebbles.
Despite the 'Do Not Feed' signs, the animated long-tailed macaques have no qualms about slurping on stolen bottles of Diet Coke and rustling through bags of peanuts.
Around 150 households in the shrimp farming community in Chachoengsao province on the east coast, 80 kilometres (50 miles) from Bangkok, have suffered raids by so-called "sea monkeys" -- long-tailed macaques -- for about a decade.
The only really good model we have is a cynomolgus monkey," he said, referring to the long-tailed macaques of Southeast Asia that are often used in lab tests.