Here's Taz - looking great at 18 years old. (2011)
Taz - Lion Tail Macaque
Agnes and O.B. our two Capuchin Monkeys
Lion-tails are among the smallest macaques, the most arboreal (tree dwelling) and the only macaques to live only in dense rainforests.
Unlike any other macaque, they have a magnificent ruff or mane of golden-grey fur surrounding their all-black faces. The prominent mane occurs in both genders and begins growing in at about 3 months of age. They have a black body and a conspicuous long black tail with a slight tuft of hair on the tip. Face is bare and black in adults, bright pink in the newborn. Males have projecting canines.
This information was found at the website of the Singapore Zoological Gardens. Read more about macaques HERE
(note: This link will take you off the Safari Park page.)
Say hi to Josh Earl. What a cutie!
Louie on the Run!
Daniel BaBoon has lots to think about.
|We currently have 6 Hamadryas Baboons at the Park - Daniel, Louie, Tommy, Jenny and Allie and Allie's baby.