Sulawesi crested macaque mothers cradle their babies at Dudley Zoo, West Midlands. The species, which is classified as critically endangered, is also known as the Celebes crested macaque or black ape, and originates from the northeast of the Indonesian island of Sulawesi.  Picture: Dudley Zoo / Rex Features

Sulawesi crested macaque mothers cradle their babies at Dudley Zoo, West Midlands. The species, which is classified as critically endangered, is also known as the Celebes crested macaque or black ape, and originates from the northeast of the Indonesian island of Sulawesi.  Picture: Dudley Zoo / Rex Features

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