This Long-tailed Macaque appears to be dozing after a large meal of ripe Ficus microcarpa figs at Bako. Ficus microcarpa is the most common Section Conosycea strangling fig tree at Bako National Park in Sarawak.
There are three common monkeys at Bako, Proboscis, Slivered Langur and Long-tailed Macaque, however only the L.T Macaque eats ripe fruit. Proboscis and Silvered Langur cannot digest sugars and only eat unripe fruit and leaves. So the L.T. Macaque is likely one of the most important dispersal agents of Ficus microcarpa seeds at Bako.