National Geographic : 2014 Nov
BARBARY MACAQUES 145 Above, a big yawn reveals sharp teeth—but these macaques rarely use them in fights. “No one wants to get in a situation where someone gets hurt,” says conservation zoologist Siân Waters. At left, an infant huddles with its mother and older sibling. Although the trade in Barbary macaques is against the law, poachers capture babies to sell in Europe and vendors display them in local markets, where tourists can’t resist a macaque photo op.