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Bale green monkey

This green monkey is endemic to 2 forest areas in Southern Ethiopia and feeds mainly on bamboo. They are rather shy and I was very happy to see them, also because they are the 200th wild mammal species I saw.

Bale green monkey
lintworm, 3 Aug 2016
    • lintworm
      This green monkey is endemic to 2 forest areas in Southern Ethiopia and feeds mainly on bamboo. They are rather shy and I was very happy to see them, also because they are the 200th wild mammal species I saw.
    • Maguari
      My turn to be jealous! We couldn't get down into their habitat because the roads were in too bad a condition.

      Great shot! :)
    • lintworm
      Thanks!

      I was extra happy to see them, as they were my 200th wild mammal species.
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  • Category:
    Ethiopia - Wildlife
    Uploaded By:
    lintworm
    Date:
    3 Aug 2016
    View Count:
    652
    Comment Count:
    3

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    Width:
    1600px
    Height:
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    Make:
    NIKON CORPORATION
    Model:
    NIKON D7200
    Date / Time:
    2016:07:28 14:19:03
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