Among the primates beside Pithecanthropus there is a macaque.
Fig. 236 shows this continuity of the descending and transverse mesocolon as a permanent adult condition in the macaque.
The macaque and the baboon appear to be the non-human animals, in which menstruation has been most carefully observed.
macaque, ma-kak′, n. a monkey of genus Macacus, between baboons and the African mangabeys.
The Japanese macaque (M. speciosus) is well known from the work of Japanese artists.
The hair on the forehead of this is black, whereas that of the macaque is greenish.
The macaque and the egret, appeared to us so similar, that we presumed them to be of one and the same species.
This ape is a macaque (Macacus), a genus that otherwise is purely Asiatic and contains some of the most celebrated of the monkeys.
In the figurative Creole speech one who allows his passions to ruin or disgrace him is a macaque dans calebasse.
Instead of a small crest of hair, which is found on the top of the head of the macaque, this animal has it sharp and pointed.
East Indian monkey, 1757, from French macaque, from Portuguese macaco "monkey," a Bantu word brought from Africa to Brazil (where it was applied 17c. to a type of monkey there). Introduced as a genus name 1840.