and body length is up to 764 mm and tail length is 25 percent
of that. The body is generally stout and the limbs are strong.
Macaques have been found to breed between the species without
any compromise to the offspring's fertility. M. nemistrina
is found in inland tropical broad leaved evergreen forests.
Group sizes vary depending on whether or not the habitat has
been disturbed; in areas that have not been disturbed, group
sizes can range from 30-47 individuals, whereas they drop to
between 3-15 in areas which have been disturbed.
last from 162-186 days, resulting in the birth of most often
one, but sometimes two, offspring. Birthweight is about 453
grams. The infant will nurse for about 1 year, first clinging
to its mother's belly, and later riding on her back. Sexual
maturity is reached at 2.5-4 years in females and about 2 or
3 years later in males.
is often caught by humans and taught to harvest coconuts, and
is used for food and the medicinal properties of its flesh.
is found in the Malay Peninsula, Borneo, Sumatra
and Bangka Isl (Indonesia), Thailand north to about 7º30'N.