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To begin this new thread: Portrait of a proboscis monkey bachelor. The big-nosed monkey typically lives close to water and is the most prolific swimmer among the wild primates. It has webbed feet, is happy to cross rivers and is capable of swimming up to 20 meters underwater. You sometimes see it jump from trees straight into the river, landing with a loud belly flop. Borneo.



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Red-shanked douc: are you sure the man invented the "zen attitude" ?
Apart from this, the red-shanked douc is a specy of the old world monkeys, among the most colorfoul of all primates living in Vietnam, Southern Laos, perhaps in Notheastern Cambodia, from lowland to montainous terrain up to 2000 meters. Unlucky very threatened by poaching.

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Sharing the gorillas' habitat, the Golden Monkey...

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Lemurs are irresistible ! Dancing on the road...



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Kibale, Western Uganda

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Subhash Nair: " MOTHER = TRUST - Proboscis Monkey jumping from One tree to another with her Baby ? Shot at Borneo, Indonesia. "

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Nelis Wolmarans: " One of the really cute residents of @volcanoesnationalpark with whom the Mountain Gorillas share this pristine forest, the Golden Monkeys... "


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( This post was last modified: 04-16-2020, 11:47 PM by Dark Jaguar )

 The endangered, elusive and so sought after by the black market, this is the Golden Lion Tamarin.



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( This post was last modified: 04-17-2020, 09:24 PM by Dark Jaguar )

Howler monkey



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Howler monkey Photographed in Espirito Santo - Brazil


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Zhayynn James: " Giddyup! This infant olive baboon seems bemused that it’s ride isn’t cooperating. Poor mama! "


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Thomas Vilayan: " Fear of Extinction !
Tonkean Macaque, Sulawesi, Indonesia "


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Paultje_ni: " Zombitse Sportive Lemur . "


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Harsha B: " Females usually give birth to a single infant, although twins do occur. Most births occur during the night. Infants are born with thin, dark brown or black hair and pale skin. Infants spend their first week attached to their mothers' chests and mostly just suckle or sleep. They do not move much in terms of locomotion for the first two weeks of their life. As they approach their sixth week of life, infants vocalize more. They use squeaks and shrieks to communicate stress. In the following months, the infants are capable of quadrupedal locomotion and can walk, run and jump by the second and third months. . " *




If I am not wrong, it is spoken about langurs...
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Subhash Nair: " Just before the Lockdown! - Gray Langurs Photographed at Kabini. "


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