Japanese macaques

  • Photographer
    Marsel van Oosten
  • Prize
    1st Place / Nature, 1st Place / Nature/Wildlife
  • Company/Studio
    Squiver
  • Date of Photograph
    Various dates
  • Technical Info
    Nikon cameras and lenses

Japanese macaques are the most northern living non-human primates. The Japanese macaque lives in mountainous areas of Honshū, Japan. They can survive winter temperatures below -15 °C (5°F), and are perhaps most notable for the amount of time they spend in naturally heated volcanic hot springs. These photographs have been made over a period of several years.

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