Top 10 similar words or synonyms for stump_tailed_macaque

indochinese_tiger    0.833754

sumatran_serow    0.831655

stump_tailed_macaque_macaca    0.828648

arctoides    0.827930

capped_langur    0.827584

tiger_panthera_tigris    0.827083

silvery_lutung    0.826817

assamese_macaque    0.824999

capricornis_sumatraensis    0.823129

indochinese_leopard    0.821633

Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for stump_tailed_macaque

Article Example
Stump-tailed macaque The stump-tailed macaque ("Macaca arctoides"), also called the bear macaque, is a species of macaque found in South Asia. 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 Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram and Tripura.
Stump-tailed macaque It is primarily frugivorous, but eats many types of vegetation, such as seeds, leaves and roots, but also hunts freshwater crabs, frogs, bird eggs and insects.
Stump-tailed macaque A study population was introduced to Tanaxpillo, an uninhabited island in Lake Catemaco, Veracruz, Mexico in 1974, where it ranges in seminatural conditions. Most information on the species comes from the introduced population on Tanaxpillo and other captive settings, as few long-term studies have been conducted on the stump-tailed macaque in the wild.
Stump-tailed macaque This Old World monkey travels quadrupedally, usually on the ground,as it is not very agile in trees. It is generally found in subtropical and tropical broadleaf evergreen forests, in different elevations depending on the amount of rainfall in the area. It depends on rainforests for food and shelter, and is not found in dry forests except where it ranges in the Himalayan region of India, only spending time in secondary forests if it is bordering primary tropical forests. With its thick fur, the stump-tailed macaque can live in cold climates, up to 4,000 meters. It is distributed from northeastern India and southern China into the northwest tip of West Malaysia on the Malay Peninsula. It is also found in Burma, Thailand, Vietnam, and far eastern Bangladesh.
Stump-tailed macaque The stump-tailed macaque has long, thick, dark brown fur covering its body, but its face and its short tail, which measures between 32 and 69mm, are hairless. Infants are born white and darken as they mature. As they age, their bright pink or red faces darken to brown or nearly black and lose most of their hair. Males are larger than females, measuring 51.7–65 cm long and weighing 9.7-10.2 kg, while females measure 48.5-58.5 cm and weigh 7.5-9.1 kg. Males' canine teeth, which are important for establishing dominance within social groups, are more elongated than those of the females. Like all macaques, this species has cheek pouches to store food for short periods of time.
Khao Phanom Bencha National Park Animal species include clouded leopard, Sumatran serow, tapir, black bear and mouse deer. Numerous monkey species reside within the park such as langur, lar gibbon and stump-tailed macaque.
Balpakram Balpakram has a diverse primate population having seven species. The rare Stump-tailed macaque is rarely seen but the Pig-tailed macaque is often encountered. Hoolocks are well distributed all over the park except the grassy plateau.
Ko Chang District Koh Chang is home to populations of the stump-tailed macaque, the small Indian civet, the small Asian mongoose, 61 bird species, and a number of snakes and deer.
Ba Bể National Park 65 mammal species have been recorded in the park, among them: Chinese pangolin ("Manis pentadactyla"), slow loris ("Nycticebus coucang"), rhesus macaque, stump-tailed macaque, François' langur, Asian black bear, European otter, Owston's palm civet, Asian golden cat, mainland serow, red giant flying squirrel, particolored flying squirrel ("Hylopetes alboniger"), hairy-footed flying squirrel as well as 27 bat species.
Tibetan macaque The Tibetan macaque ("Macaca thibetana"), also known as the Chinese stump-tailed macaque or Milne-Edwards' macaque, is found from eastern Tibet east to Guangdong and north to Shaanxi in China. It has also been reported from northeastern India. This species lives in subtropical forests (mixed deciduous to evergreen) at altitudes from above sea level.