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Sulawesi Crested Macaque

Macaca nigra


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dandoucette 7 years ago

Okay, no problem Scott. Marking the correct date or approximate date is important information to add then, with similar spottings. Also you should be able to 'get info' on your photo, whether in camera or on the computer and it should have the date it was taken. Also important is exactly where you saw the animals, in a national park, reserve, captive, etc.

ScottPooley 7 years ago

This photo was actually taken a few months before the other one. I can't remember the dates though, and not sure if it is the same male as the large males were mixing between groups at the time of the yawning photo.

Wonderful !

dandoucette 7 years ago

Great spotting Scott! You can add multiple pics to a spotting if it's the same animal spotted in the same place around the same time. Which I think is the case here with this spot and the one of the macaque yawning. They really belong as just one spotting. Look forward to more of Sulawesi wildlife.

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Bitung, Indonesia

Spotted on Oct 18, 2012
Submitted on Oct 27, 2013

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