November 28, 2014

November 28, 2014

Monkeying Around

Photograph by Francisco Mignorance, National Geographic

In Morocco’s Middle Atlas mountains, a Barbary macaque pauses for a snack after a bout of playing with other young members of the troop. Macaques eat anything: seeds, grass, young leaves, berries, even mealworms and reptiles.

See more pictures from the November 2014 feature story “Monkeys of Morocco.”

Elmostafa Hamdane
Elmostafa Hamdane

These Barbary macaque are familiar to me.Iam from Morocco...

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