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22nd August 2011
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it's strange volunteering at an animal refuge how different people bond with different animals - and also how those animals bond with the volunteers. i noticed that there were definite favourites that existed between the two: the vet had a dog called swiss, a dutch volunteer a dog called pecky, another dutch volunteer a capuchin called luna, a canadian volunteer a parakeet called mr bean and me, well i had martin. for some reason i never got that close to the spider monkeys. there were about 10 of them in total, but i never managed to learn their names or really distinguish one from the others. i'm not sure why that was - as they were still really cool creatures - but there wasn't really a strong connection. what did impress me was they way that they moved, their tails were literally like a fifth limb and they were experts at judging the strength of each branch and leaping from one to another. this one was in a playful mood and bounced up and down above my head posing for the camera.

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22/08/2011
in my tree
it's strange volunteering at an animal refuge how different people bond with different animals - and also how those animals bond with the volunteers. i noticed that there were definite favourites that existed between the two: the vet had a dog called swiss, a dutch volunteer a dog called pecky, another dutch volunteer a capuchin called luna, a canadian volunteer a parakeet called mr bean and me, well i had martin. for some reason i never got that close to the spider monkeys. there were about 10 of them in total, but i never managed to learn their names or really distinguish one from the others. i'm not sure why that was - as they were still really cool creatures - but there wasn't really a strong connection. what did impress me was they way that they moved, their tails were literally like a fifth limb and they were experts at judging the strength of each branch and leaping from one to another. this one was in a playful mood and bounced up and down above my head posing for the camera.

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