Macaca fascicularis aureus | Burmese Long-tailed Macaque

 

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Primatology

 

Taxonomy & Occurrence

Burmese Long-tailed Macaque (M. f. aureus) -- southernmost Bangladesh, Lao PDR, Myanmar (including the Mergui Archipelago) and west-central Thailand  

 

 

Most of these 10 subspecies are isolated island populations.

 

IUCN Conservation Status

L

 

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Johor, Malaysia

Seeing this Species

 
Long-tailed Macaques are among the easiest monkeys to see in the world due to their relatively larger distribution and higher numbers. They can be seen across Southeast Asia.

 

Cambodia

Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom

 

Overlapping species:

 

Malaysia

Fraser's Hill, Pahang

Please see the page on Pale-thighed Langur for more information on this site.

 

Overlapping species: Greater Slow Loris, Southern Pig-tailed Macaque, Dusky Leaf Monkey, Pale-thighed Langur, Siamang, White-handed Gibbon

 

Batu Caves, Selangor

 

Overlapping species:

 

 

 

 

Local contacts:

© Adam Hermans

Angor Wat, Cambodia

© Adam Hermans

Lopburi, Thailand

References

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Page Last Updated: 11 February 2019

 

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