Monkey Holiday Snaps

These cheeky monkeys appear to be posing for a series of holiday snaps in a bid to escape the January blues. With their big grins and human-like poses the black macaques look like a happy family enjoying their time in sunnier climates. Photographer Simone Sbaraglia, 41, captured the funny scenes on a trip to North Sulawesi, where the monkeys are endemic but critically endangered due to poaching and loss of habitat.

These cheeky monkeys appear to be posing for a series of holiday snaps in a bid to escape the January blues. With their big grins and human-like poses the black macaques look like a happy family enjoying their time in sunnier climates. Photographer Simone Sbaraglia, 41, captured the funny scenes on a trip to North Sulawesi, where the monkeys are endemic but critically endangered due to poaching and loss of habitat.

These cheeky monkeys appear to be posing for a series of holiday snaps in a bid to escape the January blues. With their big grins and human-like poses the black macaques look like a happy family enjoying their time in sunnier climates. Photographer Simone Sbaraglia, 41, captured the funny scenes on a trip to North Sulawesi, where the monkeys are endemic but critically endangered due to poaching and loss of habitat.

These cheeky monkeys appear to be posing for a series of holiday snaps in a bid to escape the January blues. With their big grins and human-like poses the black macaques look like a happy family enjoying their time in sunnier climates. Photographer Simone Sbaraglia, 41, captured the funny scenes on a trip to North Sulawesi, where the monkeys are endemic but critically endangered due to poaching and loss of habitat.

These cheeky monkeys appear to be posing for a series of holiday snaps in a bid to escape the January blues. With their big grins and human-like poses the black macaques look like a happy family enjoying their time in sunnier climates. Photographer Simone Sbaraglia, 41, captured the funny scenes on a trip to North Sulawesi, where the monkeys are endemic but critically endangered due to poaching and loss of habitat.