lunedì 18 ottobre 2010

Who are Macaques?



Macaques live in many different habitats across the globe, making them the most widely distributed genus of nonhuman primates. Macaques (especially Macaca mulatta and M. fascicularis) are commonly used in research most recently in AIDS research. Their coloration includes gray, brown or black fur. They tend to be heavily built and medium to large in stature.

6 commenti:

  1. Isn't this the same kind of money that was in Night at the Museum 1&2?

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  2. I've seen those monkeys before! I didn't know they were used in AIDS research though, what brave monkeys.

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