Japanese Macaque (Macaca fuscata)

Series of dimensioned drawings of the Japanese Macaque in front and side views

The Japanese Macaque, or snow monkey (Macaca fuscata) is a primate native to Japan. They are set apart by their pink posteriors and thick, gray or brown fur, which keeps them warm through the winter. They are omnivores, eating everything from fungi to crayfish, and have cheek pouches that extend down their necks to store food. They live in the forests of Honshi, Shikoku, and Kyushu islands, and a few smaller islands. They earned their nickname, ‘snow monkey’ because they thrive in the snow. They make snowballs for fun and bathe in hot springs heated by volcanos to keep warm during the harsh winters.

Set of scaled elevation drawings of the Japanese Macaque viewed in multiple seated poses

Japanese Macaques have a head-body length of 20.5”-22.4” (52-57 cm), tail length of 2.75”-3.9” (7-10 cm), height on all fours of 15.75”-17.7” (40-45 cm), and body width between 7.5”-8.3” (19-21 cm). The typical weight of the Japanese Macaque is in the range of 17.6-26.5 lb (8-12 kg). Japanese Macaques have lifespans between 22-32 years in the wild and 27-39 years in captivity.

Details

*Under Development*

Height:
15.75”-17.7” | 40-45 cm
Width:
7.5”-8.3” | 19-21 cm
Depth:
Length:
20.5”-22.4” | 52-57 cm
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Weight:
17.6-26.5 lb | 8-12 kg
Area:
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Tail Length: 2.75”-3.9” | 7-10 cm

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Scientific Name:
Macaca fuscata
Lifespan:
22-32 years (wild); 27-39 years (captivity)

Properties

Drawings include:

Japanese Macaque side elevation (assorted), front

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Old World Monkeys is a name for a family of primates in the family of Cercopithecidae. They include baboons, red colobus, macaques, etc. These monkeys show different characteristics and physical features. Talapoin is the smallest, while the mandrill is the largest.

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11”-17.7” | 28-45 cm
5.1”-8.7” | 13-22 cm
13.8”-23.6” | 35-60 cm
7.7-20 lb | 3.5-9 kg
20-30 years (wild); 30-35 years (captivity)
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15.75”-17.7” | 40-45 cm
7.5”-8.3” | 19-21 cm
20.5”-22.4” | 52-57 cm
17.6-26.5 lb | 8-12 kg
22-32 years (wild); 27-39 years (captivity)
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Japanese Macaque
16.1”-22.8” | 41-58 cm
8.7”-11.4” | 22-29 cm
20.9”-29.9” | 53-76 cm
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7.9”-11” | 20-28 cm
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