lion tailed macaque, delhi zoo

The lion tailed macaque is found in the tropical evergreen forests of Southern India. It has black-gray coat. Its face is surrounded by a ruff of hair resembling a lion's mane. The tail too has a slight tuft at the tip. Lion-tailed macaques live in troops of varying size, usually 10 - 20 individuals with up to three mature males. They are arboreal in nature and feed primarily on fruits. Leaves, seeds, eggs and insects are some of the other items relished by them.

Facts: Height: 50-60cm Weight: 6.5 - 15 kg; Lifespan: 20 - 30 years, Adulthood 4 years (female) / 8 years (Male); Gestation period: 5.5 months

Info F 4.5 1/250 with Canon PowerShot S1 IS
Date 2005:01:06 13:04:07 Make Canon
Model Canon PowerShot S1 IS Width 2048
Height 1536 Flash Off, Did not fire
Focal 58.0 mm Exposure 1/250
F Number 4.5 White Bal. Manual
Metering Center-weighted average Compensation 0
Hyperfocal 163.00 m File Size 1337 kB
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