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 "The Golden-bellied mangabey "  © Daniel Komarek
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(@JACKIE)  said:August 14th, 2013 (1:03pm) PDT
buen disparo
(@teach50) Linda Karlin said:August 8th, 2013 (2:11pm) PDT
A beauty.
(@Jennybear) Jenny Stevens said:August 8th, 2013 (8:31am) PDT
Daniel, thank you for commenting on my grizzly ! Because of that, I found your site. Your Mangabey and swamp money shots are terrific. The lighting is awesome.
@DanielKomarek replied: Thanks so much. Your shots are wonderful by the way!!
(@JACKY) JACKY BALDERAS said:August 7th, 2013 (8:13pm) PDT
Wonderful capture ...I like the lighting and colors tones Daniel!
@DanielKomarek replied: Thanks so much Jacky :-)
(@Marthe) marthe said:August 7th, 2013 (3:24pm) PDT
very nice portrait!
(@ramonachiassongmailcom) Ramona Chiasson said:August 7th, 2013 (8:06am) PDT
like the light here
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The Golden-bellied mangabey (Cercocebus chrysogaster)

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Mangabeys live in large social groups which include several males. These primates are very facially expressive as well as very vocal. The adult male has a very loud and long-distance call. The adult females of a group also perform loud choruses. The mangabey are also closely related to the baboons

Due to the lack of field studies for the species, the exact number of golden-bellied mangabeys in the wild is unknown. They are considered endangered due to loss of habitat caused by the creation of roads which despoils their natural habitat in the wild.

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Uploaded: Aug 7th, 2013 (4:14am)
Category: Wildlife/Animals
Camera: Canon EOS REBEL T3
Focal Length: 255 mm
Aperture: f/8
Shutter Speed: 1/320 sec
ISO: 2000



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