Cynomolgus Monkey

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A primate used in various research activities, from AIDS vaccine development to behavioural sciences
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A holiday in Ubud wouldn't be complete without seeing one of its top attractions-the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary, or also known as The Monkey Forest Ubud-a spacious area for crab-eating macaques. Aside from its numerous monkeys welcoming shutterbugs and tourists, the place is frequented for it also houses the Pura Dalem Agung Padangtegal temple.
This nature reserve is home to nearly 350 crab-eating macaques that roam about the roads and offer some great holiday photo opportunities!
According to the US Fish and Wildlife Service, 18,140 primates, mostly crab-eating macaques, were brought into the US in 2011.