The long-tailed macaque is also known as the crab-eating macaque.
Long-tailed macaques sleep in trees on branches that overhang the river. They are excellent swimmers. If they are threatened, they can escape by dropping to the water and swimming to safety.
These macaques are primarily arboreal and can leap distances up to 15 feet between trees.
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