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The magot, which is a very common animal in Upper Egypt, as well as in Barbary, was known to the ancients.
The orang-outang, and the gibbon, are very different from the pithecos and the magot.
The magot has no tail, though he has a small portion of skin, which has some appearance of one.
The magot is sometimes known as the Barbary ape, although of course it is not really an ape at all.The Animal World, A Book of Natural History|Theodore Wood
Old Osmond Crooke shall lend thee his bow, and thy quarry shall be yon magot-pie.'Windsor Castle|William Harrison Ainsworth