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    Default Grey Langur

    Name: Grey Langur
    Location: Muthanga Wildlife
    Camera: Nikon D750
    Lens: Tamron 150-600mm
    Exif: f/6.3, 1/640, ISO4000
    Post Processing: PhotoScape.
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    Nice portrait, mood nicely captured.
    Unless we see the hands and feet, it is difficult to specify the sub-species or race...........
    Thanks for sharing.SaktiWild

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    Nice. Tufted grey langur (S priam) which normally occurs in this area of the wayanad WLS. To the north west in thirunelli and brahmagiri we see both the tufted and the black footed grey langur.
    TFS
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    Nice mood captured. Seems the light was low. The blacks on the ear seem to be sightly underexposed, you can recover in post processing. Is this a full frame image? Thanks for sharing.

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    Thank you all, Its a cropped image.

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    Thank you Sir.

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    I agree with the previous comments that for identification it is important to see the hands and feet. A lot of people, especially in the internet era like closeups because they are viewing in a small screen. Once you print the image big, then you would start yearning for more of the animal and its habitat.

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