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Thanks.

It's gonna be a Monkey thread. But feel free to add apes as well.

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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


Now don't you start getting technical on me! :D

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Had my second enconter with monkeys this last week, there were 10+ but I never get a clear shot of wild ones

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Those were taken in the Apenheul as well! Great!

I really should get a pro account on Flickr soon, if I upload all the photos I want to upload, I'll have 200 pics in no time!

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Some more Red Handed Tamarins. Apparently they're monkey family... although I'd say their hands are more like yellow/orange.

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 Post subject: Helloww everyone...
PostPosted: Mon Aug 31, 2009 8:42 pm 
These are few monkey pics I'd like to share. I'd taken these pictures in a Kanha Sanctury, India.
Please do comment since it's very important for an amateur like me..
By the way...a BIG Hi to all the people who remember me here..
Lets just say I was on a huge break...lonnng time.. :)
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And...the last one...
I dont know why but I just love the picture below somehow. The monkey's busy in his own world...
How do professionals here find it, is my query... :)
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 02, 2009 3:58 pm 
What is wrong?? Why is no one replying??


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