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27 September 2010

Shoft and furry

Your second installment of cute. It amazes me that the Theory of Evolution can get away with this kind of silly hijinks.

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2 Responses to “Shoft and furry”

  1. Elle says:

    LOL “Captain Oxymoron”. Was the Red Bellied Lemur wearing a tracking collar?

    • shortclaws says:

      Yes, that was a tracking collar. It seems that Ranomafana is a bit of a hotspot for people wanting to do research projects on Madagascar’s wildlife, and so there were radio collars on several of the species we saw there.

      It’s funny, to read some of the other wildlife photography sites and forums you’d think it’s “not worth” photographing an animal with a collar – because it’s somehow no longer properly wild?!?

      As an aside: if I had to pick a favourite lemur, it’d be the red-bellied.

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