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Roy Toft

Two Japanese macaques, or snow monkeys, give each other the once-over on Honshu island. Living farther north than any other non-human primates, they rely on thick coats to help them survive the frigid temperatures in the highlands of central Japan and spend time soaking in the region’s many thermal springs.

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