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Vervet Monkey Gambia

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An infant Vervet Monkey photographed on a recent trip to The Gambia. These monkeys are wild and live in packs of up to 80. Although cautious they are relatively happy with human contact. This infant was tempted by some fruit I had left and came within a couple of metres of me. Allowing me a few moments to capture this portrait.
This is my first attempt at photographing animals in their natural habitat and I would appreciate any comments/opinion.

Tags: Monkey Gambia Vervet monkey Wildlife and nature Portraits and people

Voters: vickyal, PeelNStick, bolebrown and 13 more


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7 Feb 2009 3:28PM
Great shot.
Vicky

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PeelNStick 13 4 United States
7 Feb 2009 3:37PM
This is a great capture.
challicew 9 1 1 South Africa
7 Feb 2009 3:51PM
Vervets are one of my favorites...You have done a superb job in this capture. Although these vervets are quite sweet looking and inquisitive, here in SA, they can be quite aggressive! We usually don't feed them as they become "agressive" nuisances!
gwood 9 England
7 Feb 2009 6:15PM
Great portrait capture..
Geoff

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