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    A Lion tailed Macaque from the forests of Agumbe .Nikon 750 +70-200 ,ISO 800 ,1/200s, F/4.5 .Oct 2020 .
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    Dominant male, staring right at you. Good details. Was there a big group of lion-tailed macaques? The thick forest cover in the background shows its habitat well. Nice capture. Thanks for sharing.

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    Spectacular sight. Nice take. Thanks for sharing. SaktiWild

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    This looks majestic. Though they are predominantly arboreal in behaviour, in this image the Lion-tailed macaque seems to be proclaiming that it is the lord of this land. The eye contact looks nice. I like this image a lot. Thanks for sharing.

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    Agumbe is famous for King Cobras but here a LTM!Good pic taken nice and sharp.I dont know whether these monkeys are habituated to human presence.Agumbe is a fantastic place!

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    There is a commanding presence that the macaque brings about in this pose, beautifully captured. The features are well distinguished and it seems to be in a mound/higher ground, further endorsing its supremacy over the surroundings. Thanks for sharing.

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    A wonderful photograph!

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