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Habitat: Tibet, China, India
Status: Near Threatened

tibetan macaque
Everyone seems to be gearing up for the biggest event of the year today. What event am I talking about you ask? If you don’t know (you should know), HARRY POTTER comes out tonight! Instead of studying for finals, many of my friends will be donning cloaks and wands to wait in line until the midnight showing is released. In the spirit of all things Harry, here’s an animal that resembles Albus Dumbledore.
The Tibetan Macaque, or Stump-tailed Macaque, looks very wise with its long beard and solemn gaze. Instead of inhabiting the Wizarding World, these monkeys prefer subtropical forests at an altitude that ranges from 800 to 2500 meters. Females will only have one baby, which even sports silver

(and black) hair foreshadowing its Dumbledore-ness.Tibetan Macaques live to be 20 years old.