DISTRIBUTION: Atlas Mountains of Algeria and Morocco with a small, numbered now introduced to Gibraltar.
DIET: Leaves, roots, fruit, and small insects.
NOTES: The Barbary Macaque is one of the best-known Old World monkey species. It is gregarious, forming mixed groups of several females and males; the troop of 10 to 30 individuals is matriarchal. Wild populations of Barbary macaques have suffered a major decline in recent years to the point of being declared in 2009 as an endangered species.