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Monday, February 15, 2016

Malayan Tigers, Allen's Swamp Monkeys and Spot Nosed Guenon

Here are few recent pictures from the San Diego Zoo.

There is a brand new baby Allen's Swamp Monkey at the San Diego Zoo.  

Here's a Spot Nosed Guenon.

Of course, I spent most of my time with the Malayan Tigers.  They don't always pose for my pictures.

The keeper had sprayed some cinnamon on this log.  They seemed to really enjoy playing with it.

Later, they were running up and down the hill watching their brother Connor in the neighboring enclosure. Occasionally they would chase each other around instead.

Here's Cinta coming down the hill to see what Berani and Connor are up to.

I guess they're technically not twins, but in this next shot they remind me of the old Double-Mint commercials.

Here's Berani relaxing on the edge of the cliff in the late afternoon. 

(Yes, I realize that last portrait would have looked a lot better if he wasn't drooling, but I don't Photo-Shop, and it's not like I could just hand him a tissue either.)

Click here to see more images from the San Diego Zoo from late January and early February 2016.

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