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Ring-tailed lemur
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Ring-tailed lemurs hail from southern and southwestern Madagascar. But the ones on this compilation happen to reside in the zoo in Stockholm. Lots of lemurs doing all sort of lemur-like things, in groups of three to eight.

The footage on Lemurs of Madagascar is shot with a 3CCD camcorder and is supplied in flattened QuickTime format. Time lengths range from 3 seconds up to 8 seconds and 4.3 MB to 48.8 MB file size. It is shot and captured in DV-PAL format dimensions, 720 x 576 pixels, at a frame rate of 25 fps. Visit Site
Baboon
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The Baboon footage is shot with a 3CCD DV camcorder and is supplied in flattened QuickTime format. It is shot and captured in DV-PAL format dimensions, 720 x 576 pixels, at a frame rate of 25 fps. Visit Site
Gibbon
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What a bunch of swingers! Adult gibbons can swing 30 feet from one branch to another. No wonder they're had to capture on film! Lucky for you, though we managed to get these 55 clips of the gibbon at home in the Southeast Asian rainforest. you'll get everything from gibbons sleeping high in the treetops, to a gibbon putting a foot right on our camera lens. Now that's getting in touch with nature!

The footage on The Gibbon is shot with a 3CCD camcorder and is supplied in flattened QuickTime format. It is shot and captured in DV-PAL format dimensions, 720 x 576 pixels, at a frame rate of 25 fps.

Need of a Gibbon photograph? It's available here.

Keywords: White-handed Gibbon, Lars Gibbon, Haplorhini, Catarrhini, Hylobatidae family, Primatology, Primate, Wildlife, Photo, Photograph, Image. Visit Site
Vervet Monkey
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This small, black-faced monkey is common in East Africa, as it adapts easily to many environments. It supplements its mainly vegetarian diet with insects, eggs, baby birds and sometimes rodents and hares. On these few clip, the vervet sits in the branches of a tree, and basically acts like a monkey. Looks tempting.

The footage on Vervet Monkey in Brief is shot with a Sony DSR500 camcorder and is supplied in flattened QuickTime format. It is shot and captured in DV-PAL format dimensions, 720 x 576 pixels, at a frame rate of 25 fps. Visit Site
Golden Lion Tamarin
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Golden Lion Tamarins are small monkeys native to Brazil. They live in the heavily populated coastal region of Brazil, where less than 2% of the forest remains. They are extremly endangered because their habitat has been fragmented into small, unconnected area, each area only capable of supporting a small number of groups. In this sequence we've captured two of the remaning 1500 GLTs on tape.

The footage is shot with a 3CCD DV camcorder and is supplied in flattened QuickTime format. It is shot and captured in DV-PAL format dimensions, 720 x 576 pixels, at a frame rate of 25 fps. Visit Site
Baboon
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Baboons live in Africa where they prefers open plains, savannahs, grassland, and rocky countries. They live on the ground, but they can climb up trees for safety. The baboon will eat any edible plants but it will also eat hares, locusts, scorpions, and even small antelope. The baboon is among the largest of the old world monkeys and they live in groups of 50 or more in the wild. In this zoo shot sequence though, you will find out what they spend their time doin time in captivity: playing with their penis.

The Baboon footage is shot with a 3CCD camcorder. It is supplied in flattened QuickTime format, shot and captured in DV-PAL format dimensions, 720 x 576 pixels, at a frame rate of 25 fps. Visit Site
Macaque
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The Monkey Beach is located in one of the many bays that's scattered over Phi Phi Islands. And the name should say it all. When the Macaques that live further up in the jungle get tired of their normal diet they come down to this beach to hunt crabs and other marine life. And that also give you a very good photo opportunity as these monkeys are quite friendly.

These 2 pictures are delivered in 3072 x 2048, 300 dpi JPG format. Visit Site
White-handed Gibbon
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The White-handed Gibbon is a very acrobatic animal living in the treetops of South East Asia. This photo portray one of the few specimen that still are living in the treetops of Phuket, Thailand. His best friend is portraited in The Gibbon video compilation.

The White-handed Gibbon photo is provided in 3072 x 2048, 300 dpi JPG format.

Keywords: White-handed Gibbon, Lars Gibbon, Haplorhini, Catarrhini, Hylobatidae family, Primatology, Primate, Wildlife, Photo, Photograph, Image. Visit Site
Spider Monkey
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In the forests of the Amazon are found more species of primates than anywhere on Earth. However, there are no apes (tail-less primates). This collection of Amazon wildlife footage brings you the following monkeys, in order of appearance; Saki Monkey, Black Mantle Tamarin, Saddle Back Tamarin, Pigmy Mamoset, Dusky Titi, Common Whooly Monkey and Spider Monkey.

The Amazon Monkey footage is shot with a 3CCD DVCAM camcorder and is supplied in flattened QuickTime format. It is shot and captured in NTSC format dimensions, 720 x 486 pixels, at a frame rate of 30 fps. PAL version available.

Keywords: Amazon Mammals, Amazon Wildlife, Amazon Wildlife Footage, Amazon Forrest Wildlife Stock Footage, Amazon Monkeys, Amazon Primates, Saki, Black Mantle Tamarin, Saddle Back Tamarin, Pigmy Mamoset, Dusky Titi, Common Whooly Monkey, Spider Monkey, Peru, South Amercia. Visit Site
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