Portrait of a monkey

There are 23 species of macaque monkey distributed throughout Asia, North Africa and (in one instance) Gibraltar.  Five species of macaque are found in Thailand: Assamese, rhesus, stump-tailed, pig-tailed and crab-eating, also known as long-tailed. 
Macaques are the most common wild primates and some species live near or even within cities, usually associated with Buddhist temples where they have become habituated.

Macaques are principally frugivorous, although their diet also includes seeds, leaves, flowers, and tree bark, and some, such as the crab-eating macaque, subsist on a diet of invertebrates and occasionally small vertebrates. Macaques are found in a variety of habitats throughout the Asian continent, and are extremely adaptable. All macaque social groups are arranged around dominant, matriarchal females.


The Original Photo (taken in Thailand):


 

Two Deep Dream Generator styles applied to the original photo:



 


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