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Phayre's Leaf Macaque
Presbytis phayrei


  Habitat: tropical or sub-tropical forests.

  Feeding habits: pick up flowers, fruits or young leaves on trees with its hands or catch small birds.

  Food: vegetations and small birds.

  Size: with a body length of 55-71 cm and a tail length of 60-80 cm.

  Habits: the number of Phayre's leaf macaques is less and the distribution area of them is quite narrow. They live in forests in groups and they seldom act on the ground. Each group consists 10 to 60 macaques. 

  Category: mammalia, primates, Cerocopithecidae

  Distribution: only scatters in Southwest Yunnan.

  Level of protection: class I key state protection animal of China.

           

 

 

 

 

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