Macaca sinica

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Photograph by Siromi Samarasinghe.

Photography contest, Honorable Mention.

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Macaca sinicatoque macaque, or temple monkey, Bundala National Park, Sri Lanka. Ms. Samarasinghe writes that this is an old-world monkey endemic to Sri Lanka. Its conservation status is endangered.

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Why do the words “Senator George Allen” keep ringing in my ears?

Oh, yeah.

Ah…crazy jungle monkey love. Those were the days…

Are we allowed to feed the troll with arsenical bacteria?

Hot primate love!

And why feed a troll anything?

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