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Munching Monkey

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Monkey Eating Leaf Monkey (Gray Langur) Eating

On my hotel grounds, I had close quarter interactions with two different species of monkey. The gray langur were the larger of the two species. I encountered a second troop of gray langur’s as I took a walk before dinner. I first noticed them when they shook the tree over my head and one jumped to ground and bounded in an awkward gait to another set of trees then disappeared into the canopy.

Most of the monkeys were in bad lighting and deep shadow. I was fortunate to capture this one putting a leaf into it’s open mouth. I hung around for about an hour capturing their photos.

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