|Range||Sulawesi Island, Indonesia.|
The Booted macaque (Macaca ochreata), is a species of macaque found of the Sulawesi Island, Indonesia. This macaque species is diurnal and spends most of the day in the trees. It is 50–59 cm long plus a tail of 35–40 cm.
The booted macaque feeds on figs, buds, invertebrates and cereals.
Two subspecies are recognized:
Macaca ochreata ochreata Muna-Buton Macaque (Macaca ochreata brunnescens)
Outside of their native Indonesia, booted macaques are found only at the Catoctin Wildlife Preserve and Zoo in Thurmont, Maryland. A family of booted macaques has resided there since the 1960s, and they are already into their fourth generation in captivity.