What is another word for bonnet macaque?

6 synonyms found


[ bˈɒnɪt mˈakak], [ bˈɒnɪt mˈakak], [ b_ˈɒ_n_ɪ_t m_ˈa_k_a_k]

Bonnet macaque is a type of Old World monkey indigenous to South Asia. It is also known as zati, zati macaque, capped macaque, or simply bonnet. These species are recognized from other macaques due to a cap of hair on their head similar to a bonnet. The fur on their back is darker in color compared to the lighter beige or brown fur on their underside. Occasionally, bonnet macaques are also identified by their scientific name, Macaca radiata. These primates are commonly found in urban areas and forests near human settlements. They live in troops and feed on fruits, flowers, and insects.

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What are the hyponyms for Bonnet macaque?

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