So cute, I remember we used to have one around the house and garden when we first moved to Zimbabwe. Diane
Awesome shot... Congrats...
I really like monkeys. I think it's because they remind me of people I know. I also like monkey-business!
I love it -- females with their babies, gossiping on a branch!Ngorongoro is one of the places I really want to see, if I can find a way to get to Africa without one of those killer-long flights. A cruise ship would be perfect. Thank you for visiting my blog and leaving comments. All visitors and comments are greatly appreciated. I just started blogging a year ago (Nov. 18/09) to showcase my book-in-progress, but a bad case of writer's block found me posting to photo memes and loving it. When I get my new camera, things will improve a great deal.Thanks -- KayKay, Alberta, CanadaAn Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel
How cute Jose. The females make wonderful mothers and are very protective of their young.
Hmmm. I wonder what they are planning. :)
That little face peering out into your camera on the right is absolutely priceless!
Baby monkeys are so attached to their mom. The color of baby's face is still pale.Its such a funny coincidence that we also posted Japanese monkey in one of our blogs!!http://www.tochigidailyphoto.com/2010/11/lunchtime.html
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