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|An infant gelada monkey (Theropithecus gelada), nor more than a few months old, resting in between two adult females for warmth, however, the chill in the air wasn't enough to quell his curiosity.|
Geladas are endemic to Ethiopia, and are found only in the highlands where they feed on a rather unique diet of herbs and grass. They can form large herds, sometimes approaching 1,000 individuals and spend their nights perched on cliffs which overhang the Great Rift Valley.
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Amazing portrait of this gelada
nice capture, so human...TFS Ori
This is a FIRST for TN.
Very special photo. Well captured. Please allow me to do a WS on it. Thank you.