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Ready for my close-up: The adorable baby grey langur monkey showed he was not camera shy when pictured near his Indian home. HES SMILING !

Is this the world's cutest baby monkey? Tiny grey langur shows his beautiful blue eyes during stunning close-up

Get prepared for capturing fireworks this 4th with our tips on expert camera settings, composition notes, and photo editing tricks.

How to Photograph Fireworks Like a Pro

How to photograph Fireworks like a Pro - Get prepared for capturing fireworks this with our tips on expert camera settings, composition notes, and photo editing tricks

The Son of The Boss by Willem Verboom

(via / The Son of The Boss by Willem Verboom) Mandrill found on llbwwb…

This young Orangutan won't let rain get him down! As seen here, he turns to a banana leaf as a makeshift umbrella. See more with the Huffington Post. (photo by: Andrew Suryono)

15 Photographs That Will Open Your Eyes To The Wonders Of The World

'Orangutan in The Rain' - Andrew Suryono, Indonesia. "I was taking pictures of some Orangutans in Bali and then it started to rain.

How to Create a Transparent Watermark *for Free* in PicMonkey!  Being able to just paste my logo will save me so much time - love this!

How to Create a Transparent Watermark *for Free* in PicMonkey! Being able to just paste my logo will save me so much time - love this!

The ruins of Carmo Convent, Lisbon, Portugal (photography, photo, picture, image, beautiful, amazing, travel, world, places, nature, landscape, visit, architecture)

The Carmo Convent is a historical building in Lisbon, Portugal. The mediaeval convent was ruined in the 1755 Lisbon Earthquake, and the .

Top 27 Funny Monkey Pictures

Top 27 Funny Monkey Pictures

cool monkey ✿⊱╮ - Explore the World with Travel Nerd Nici, one Country at a T.

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LEMUR- Von der Decken's Sifaka (Propithecus deckenii) is a sifaka native to Madagascar. Today, the Von der Decken's sifaka is listed as Vulnerable, but if habitat destruction continues in Madagascar it won't be long before it's Endangered.

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