Macaques, Mandrills, and Capuchins

The Glorious Primates of Okinawa Zoo's Nature Land

By Michael Flemming    - 1 min read

Primates are among the most represented orders at the Okinawa Zoo and Museum's Nature Land. There are more than a dozen species preserved at the zoo including chimpanzees, monkeys, macaques, capuchins, and mandrills. All appear to be happy and well cared for as well as extremely curious and active. Okinawa Zoo and Museum in Okinawa City is Japan's southernmost zoo.

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Michael Flemming

Michael Flemming @michael.flemming

I'm a wandererer in Okinawa turning over every stone I can find. I write, photograph, and blog about my favorite finds here in Japan's southernmost prefecture. Find more of my rants and finding on my travel blog.