Very intelligent specie of Monkeys. Also very adaptive and can learn to adapt to altering living conditions. Large population all over India.
Had dark grey colored tail, Some parts of head and back was brown, some parts were grey. Hands were dark grey. Face color was grey. Seemed moving in small groups? Body size(excluding tail) was about 60cm? Tail length seemed slightly shorter than body.
Monkey with reddish brown hair on its back, and grey hair on its belly. It was crawling over the sidewalk and going towards the forest. It was about 30 cm tall when it was crawling. It was about 40cm long excluding the length of the tail. It did not react even when we had an eye contact
This monkey is common in Singapore and can be found near forests/beaches. Its body is approximately 45cm, and its tail about 55cm (also nicknamed "long-tailed"). Its fur is a grayish-brown color on the backs, legs, and arms, but the underside of the monkey is a slightly lighter olive to beige tone. However, its skin is pure brown. The monkeys' fur is long and seems to sway in one direction. Their face is pinkish-grey with really prominent eyelids and the fur on their head swept back to form something that is similar to a crest on the midline. If you look closely, you can also see that the monkeys have relatively sharp teeth and have cheek whiskers. The hands of the monkey is very similar to that of humans (5 fingers, proportionate sized arms/fingers). As seen in the picture, the monkeys traveled in a group and followed a leader, as well as hang around large groups in general.
Common Singaporean monkey. Don't know the scientific name.
The Crab-eating Macaque is a monkey that is that is primitively native to southeastern asia. It is also known as the long-tailed macaque due to its characteristically long tail. These monkey are considered sacred in some temples and are incredibly intelligent with many accounts of them using tools to obtain food.
Its face is narrow, but long. Its eyes are close together, and in between them is a brown line leading down to its nose. Its body is covered in light brown and white fur, and its tail is about 95cm long.