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25th November 2009
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there were lots of cool highlights on my recent holiday to the americas, i think top of the list was the day that i cycled down death road. it wasn't just because of the amazing views going down a bolivian mountain, but also at the bottom we stopped for lunch in wildlife rehabilitation centre where they looked after, amongst other creatures, a bunch of different monkeys. after eating i got a chance to look around, and the monkeys were all really playful and fun, jumping up and hanging off you. i took so many photos there that i could create a sub-blog just dedicated to those shots (what would i call it... monkeymeat? hmm - maybe not). i'll certainly post some more shots from there, but this is my first - a little capuchin monkey taking a break from scampering around.

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posted by sushila on 26 Nov 2009 13:40
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25/11/2009
deep in thought
there were lots of cool highlights on my recent holiday to the americas, i think top of the list was the day that i cycled down death road. it wasn't just because of the amazing views going down a bolivian mountain, but also at the bottom we stopped for lunch in wildlife rehabilitation centre where they looked after, amongst other creatures, a bunch of different monkeys. after eating i got a chance to look around, and the monkeys were all really playful and fun, jumping up and hanging off you. i took so many photos there that i could create a sub-blog just dedicated to those shots (what would i call it... monkeymeat? hmm - maybe not). i'll certainly post some more shots from there, but this is my first - a little capuchin monkey taking a break from scampering around.

here's the original