Rhesus families

//Rhesus families
Rhesus families 2014-11-08T04:49:01+00:00

Project Description

Rhesus macaques live in large social groups of around 80 individuals, both in the wild and at the CNPRC. These females gather together to enjoy the morning sun with their newborn infants and older juveniles. Juveniles stay in close contact with their mothers for the first few years of their lives.

Macaca mulatta

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