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Long-tailed macaque. : Stock Photo
Long-tailed macaque (Macaca fascicularis). Portrait of mother grooming young. Also known as crab-eating macaque. Primarily arboreal animals that is native to Southeast Asia. Alas Kedaton Monkey Forest. Bali, Indonesia.

Long-tailed macaque.

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Long-tailed macaque (Macaca fascicularis). Portrait of mother grooming young. Also known as crab-eating macaque. Primarily arboreal animals that is native to Southeast Asia. Alas Kedaton Monkey Forest. Bali, Indonesia.
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81470704
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Photographer:
Martin Harvey
Collection:
Stone
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