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It looks like we may have a new monkey species under our scientific radar, thanks to its stand out genitals. The newly discovered animal, the white-cheeked macaque (Macaca leucogenys), was recently identified as a previously unknown species due its distinctive penis and scrotal coloration that distinguish it from other macaques residing in the same area.
...For example, the distinctive species had a dark, hairy scrotum, unlike the other known species that possess white scrotums. Furthermore, the shape of the animal’s glans (the head of the penis) was also round, whilst the other macaques have arrow-shaped, or sagittate, glans’. Alongside their unique genitals, the white-cheeked macaque also had prominent white side- and chin-whiskers and a bushy neck, which further distinguished it from the other documented species. These findings have been published in the American Journal of Primatology and reported by New Scientist.
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