Top 10 similar words or synonyms for pig_tailed_macaque

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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for pig_tailed_macaque

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Southern pig-tailed macaque There is a hierarchy among males, based on the strength, and among females, based on heredity. Thus, the daughter of the dominant female will immediately be placed above all other females in the group. The dominant female leads the group, while the male role is more to manage conflict within the group and to defend it.
Northern pig-tailed macaque The northern pig-tailed macaque ("Macaca leonina") is a species of primate in the family Cercopithecidae. It is found in Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, India, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, and Vietnam. Traditionally, it has been considered a subspecies of "M. nemestrina". In India, it is found in south of the Brahmaputra River, in the northeastern part of the country. Its range in India extends from Assam and Meghalaya to eastern Aruanchal Pradesh, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram and Tripura. A detailed report on the ecology and behaviour of northern pig-tailed macaque has been published recently.
Southern pig-tailed macaque They are mainly terrestrial but they also are skilled climbers. Unlike almost all primates they love water. They live in large groups split into smaller groups during the day when they are looking for food. They are omnivorous, feeding mainly on fruits, seeds, berries, cereals, fungi and invertebrates.
Southern pig-tailed macaque This macaque is mostly found in rainforest up to 2000 meters, but will also enter plantations and gardens.
Pig-tailed macaque The pig-tailed macaques are two macaque sister species. They look almost identical and are best distinguished by their parapatric ranges:
Southern pig-tailed macaque The species epithet, "nemestrina", is an adjective (derived from Latin "Nemestrinus", the god of groves) modified to agree in gender with the feminine generic name.
Southern pig-tailed macaque "Macaca nemestrina" can reach a weight of 5–15 kg in large males. These monkeys are buff-brown with a darker back and lighter lower parts of the body. Their common name refers to the short tail held semi-erect and reminiscent of the tail of a pig.
Southern pig-tailed macaque It is found in the southern half of the Malay Peninsula (only just extending into southernmost Thailand), Borneo, Sumatra and Bangka Island. There are reports of the species having been present in Singapore before 1950, but these were likely escaped pets. The only pig-tailed macaques in Singapore today are introduced monkeys.
Southern pig-tailed macaque It formerly included the northern pig-tailed, Pagai Island, and Siberut macaques as subspecies.
Southern pig-tailed macaque The southern pig-tailed macaque ("Macaca nemestrina") is a medium-sized Old World monkey.