Macaque Monkeys.

Deep in the lush jungles, macaques monkey around, and when you're ready to play for big wins, head over to Lucky Manor, one of the top online casinos in United Kingdom. Click on the following link to enter the thrilling world of Lucky Manor 777.

Macaque Monkeys

Macaques have a very intricate social structure and hierarchy. If a macaque that is lower level in the social chain has eaten berries and there are none left for a higher level macaque, then the one higher in status can, within this social organization, remove the berries from the other monkey’s mouth.

Bibo, Prins & Gambing (the three Macaques at Porfell Wildlife Park) came here from AAP Dutch Animal Rescue Centre. Read their story.

We have many different types of Monkey here at Porfell, including a group of Marmosets who arrived in 2011.

Macaque facts

  • Conservation Status:Vulnerable
  • Habitat: wide-ranging including Japan, Afghanistan & North Africa
  • Range: Bonnet, southern India; Crab-eating & Pig-tailed, South East Asia;
  • No of species: 22
  • Species at Porfell: Crab-eating, Pig-tailed, Bonnet
Scientific classification

  • Kingdom: Animalia
  • Phylum: Chordata
  • Class: Mammalia
  • Order: Primates
  • Family: Cercopithecidae
  • Genus: Macaca


Bibo, the Pig-tailed Macaque at Porfell Wildlife Park, Cornwall.

Prins: a Bonnet macaque, now at Porfell Wildlife Park, Cornwall.

Lemur's Tea Party

Owl Flying in Cornwall at Porfell

Be A Keeper For A Day At Porfell

Help Porfell Wildlife Park & Sanctuary