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Thread: A troop of Lion tailed Macaques

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    Default A troop of Lion tailed Macaques

    Nikon D 750+70-200+1.4 tc ,ISO 640 1/200s F/4.5 , Agumbe .
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    Its wonderful to get so many LTM in one frame.The faces of the monkeys have come out clearly which is always very tricky to capture.Never knew Agumbe has so many LTMs!

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    The dominant male can be easily spotted from the group. His size, his pose and also he is standing on the rock slightly above the other younger males. Nice composition. Thanks for sharing.

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    Nice angle. I like the pose. I am sure it would have been a pleasurable experience watching them. How large was the group? Thanks for sharing.

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    Sabyasachi

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    Nice image. Galaxy of Macaques.
    Thanks for sharing. SaktiWild

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    Beautiful image and nice details captured. Nice to get so many of them in one frame. I had visited Seethanadi nature camp (which is situated close to Agumbe) in hopes to sight these macaques. Though I could sight a ton of birds, I couldn't sight these beautiful animals. Thanks for sharing.

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