Actions and commitments
Barbary macaques were widespread throughout North Africa 300 years ago!
Nowadays there are only isolated clusters in Morocco and Algeria.
Our parks’ populations represent about 10% of the wild populations and constitute a valuable genetic pool for this threatened species.
The Monkey Mountain a fantastic study centre
Since 1972, scientists have been studying the social behaviour of Barbary macaques, an evolved and organised species.
Our guides will be happy to pass on the results of these investigations, thus providing you with first-rate information.
A commitment to the conservation of the species
The Monkey Mountain is actively involved in the conservation of the Barbary Macaque, endangered species, by carrying out actions to :
• Raising awareness
• Sponsoring associations to protect the Barbary Macaque
• Ethological research.
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