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Thank you! They're great animals indeed, lots of fun to watch!

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I just LOVE your monkey shots Bjorn!!!

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Not with babys but they are little monkeys, low lights pics 1/10...

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Saguinus oedipus (cotton-top tamarin) and Callimico goeldii (Goeldi's marmoset), right, MartinB? Nice shots!


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Saguinus oedipus (cotton-top tamarin) and Callimico goeldii (Goeldi's marmoset), right, MartinB? Nice shots!


i have no idea my friend, im no monkey expert hehe
Next time ill try to get better shots, there was alot of peoples and the light was terrible, im still in shock that some pictures were usable.


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Thanks for adding more pictures Martin! Maybe we could make this a monkey thread... :)

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Bjorn great shots. :) :) . Makes one just want to reach out and hold them. Very nice


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Thanks Rui!
I'll upload more soon.

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Here's two more:

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Here's a little selection from a previous trip. Unfortunately on the day the lighting was bad and I had to shoot through a fine mesh fence, so these aren't my best ever... exception was #3 which was behind glass but quite dim indoors. I'm not even sure if that's monkey family but I love those yellow paws.

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Thanks for adding 'em popo! I like the squirrel monkey shot!

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Nice pictures. I've always found monkeys to be fascinating creatures. I got a few pictures from Uganda that I can join in with. These are all wild monkeys, no Zoo pics.

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Not quite sure what kinda monkey this is..


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The leaf at the mouth is annoying i know. I got one at home where i cropped it out. I will replace it once I get back from here (I'm in Spain atm).


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I think the brown dots are dirt on the lens. Again, i got a fixed one at home, so have patience...


Maybe I'll add some more later. Hope i like them, even with the flaws. I wasn't that familiar with photoshop back when I added them :oops:

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 20, 2009 2:15 pm 
Sorry popo, but #1 is a gibbon, which is an ape, not a monkey. :D

Noceo, #2, a chimp, and #3, gorilla - apes. 8)

Awesome pics, though. But I'm one of those semantics guys. :P


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Close enough? XD Maybe just call it primate thread?

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Close enough? XD Maybe just call it primate thread?

Nah, too broad. Then you'd have to accept lemurs and such. Maybe simians thread?

O btw Bjorn, cute shots.


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