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N 0 B 913 C 20 E Sep 27, 2008 F Oct 2, 2008
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Tags:   Mandrill Mandrillus sphinx Monkey Trails San Diego Zoo wiseass AnAwesomeShot

N 3 B 579 C 12 E Sep 27, 2008 F Oct 4, 2008
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"Oh, give me land, lots of land under starry skies above,
Don't fence me in.
Let me [fly] through the wide open country that I love,
Don't fence me in.
Let me be by myself in the evenin' breeze,
And listen to the murmur of the cottonwood trees,
Send me off forever but I ask you please,
Don't fence me in."
- Another Bing Crosby song.

I often wonder how the domestic birds are seemingly able to fly in and out of the aviaries, whenever that want. This isn't an aviary, it's a monkey enclosure, so the openings are larger, but it still seems like quite a feat to fly toward this precarious perch, fold the wings at the exact moment required, and then stop and balance. Starting to fly again is a whole other problem. I'll bet they can do it both forwards and backwards.

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I have other music on my mind, now. It's from the latest Michelob commercial. I didn't remember what it was, so I Googled it, which took about 5 seconds. In case you can't remember it, either, it's "Shambala" by Three Dog Night. I like it so much, that I bought the whole album - The Complete Hit Singles. There're a whole bunch of songs on it that I didn't know they did.

Tags:   House Sparrow Female Passer domesticus Monkey Trails San Diego Zoo NaturesFinest

N 10 B 2.0K C 29 E Sep 27, 2008 F Oct 18, 2008
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Explore #313, 10/19/08.

I was thinking of titling this one "Pole Dancer", but my better judgment prevailed.

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Tags:   Eastern Angolan Colobus Colobus angolensis palliatus Monkey Trails San Diego Zoo RubyPhotographer ILoveIt SearchTheBest GoldStarAward AnAwesomeShot Damn! I Wish I'd Taken That!!! NaturesFinest VosPlusBellesPhotos mywinners

N 9 B 2.6K C 25 E Dec 29, 2008 F Jan 13, 2009
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Either that or he's an exhibitionist and he's waiting for the perfect moment to flash the crowd. Or maybe it's a she and she's doing the Simian Strip Tease, where she eats her cover, one leaf at a time.

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