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Two baby Japanese Macaques  ♥   The Japanese Macaque is a very intelligent species. It is the only animal other than humans and raccoons that is known to wash its food before eating it.

Two baby Japanese Macaques ♥ The Japanese Macaque is a very intelligent species. It is the only animal other than humans and raccoons that is known to wash its food before eating it.

"Snow Monkey" (Japanese macaque) in Hot spring #Nagano #Japan - omg! i love these guys! they are so funny in the National Geographic Doco!

"Snow Monkey" (Japanese macaque) in Hot spring #Nagano #Japan - omg! i love these guys! they are so funny in the National Geographic Doco!

Japanese Snow Monkey Swipes Tourist's Phone - This amusing capture by acclaimed Dutch photographer Marsel van Oosten shows a Japanese snow monkey (also known as a Japanese macaque) who mischieviously stole a tourist's iPhone at the Jigokudani Monkey Park in Japan.

Japanese Snow Monkey Swipes Tourist's Phone - This amusing capture by acclaimed Dutch photographer Marsel van Oosten shows a Japanese snow monkey (also known as a Japanese macaque) who mischieviously stole a tourist's iPhone at the Jigokudani Monkey Park in Japan.

Many researchers in the Japanese forested mountains have also documented an unusual activity of the Japanese macaques. The animals know how to make tiny snowballs in their hands, using their opposable thumbs, and then roll them along the ground to create larger snowballs, much like human children do. While this behavior doesn't appear to have survival purpose, whole troops of Japanese macaques engage in the activity as a social process. Primate Cultural Behavior in Monkeys

Japanese Macaque or Snow Monkey (Macaca Fuscata) Baby Playing with Snowball, Japan

Many researchers in the Japanese forested mountains have also documented an unusual activity of the Japanese macaques. The animals know how to make tiny snowballs in their hands, using their opposable thumbs, and then roll them along the ground to create larger snowballs, much like human children do. While this behavior doesn't appear to have survival purpose, whole troops of Japanese macaques engage in the activity as a social process. Primate Cultural Behavior in Monkeys

Hot spring monkeys (the monkey's onsen )!! how cute!!!    Japanese Macaques (Nihon zaru) of Jigokudani Yaen Koen (Snow Monkey Park), Yamanouchi town, Nagano, Japan

Hot spring monkeys (the monkey's onsen )!! how cute!!! Japanese Macaques (Nihon zaru) of Jigokudani Yaen Koen (Snow Monkey Park), Yamanouchi town, Nagano, Japan

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