The Indonesia island of Sulawesi is not only a marine paradise, but also home to the critically endangered black crested macaque
There are about 40 macaques in the group we are with, all with a distinctive black mohawk style.
Males squabble, chase and wrestle, showing off to females. Mothers piggy-back their babies and munch on bugs they pull from one another’s fur. Rowdy adolescents jump from branch to vine before scampering across the forest floor in play.
I return later that night for a second guided walk. This time, I am seeking the world’s smallest monkey – the tarsier.
Creeping through the dark jungle, I am quickly rewarded by our guides’ local knowledge.
The tiny furball is perched on a branch, having emerged from its daytime refuge.
It is impossibly cute, with enormous eyes, and I laugh as my daughter whispers: “Mum, can we get a tarsier?”
Source - TheNation
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