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Apr 22, 2008 07:07 as a reply to post 5379386 |  #31

DEERS both small & BIG

The MOUSEDEER - shorter than 2 feet lives in the undergrowth in the jungles of Malaysia

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A Full Grown Deer from Africa (I forgot the name of the species but its quite large).
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Apr 22, 2008 07:34 as a reply to Canonised's post |  #32

FAUNA & FLORA AT THE ZOO

The fauna and flora at the Zoo is also one of most diverse but accurate in reflecting the type of vegation found in the local region. Here is a montage I created to reflect the beautiful plant life found at the Zoo. One only has to keep the eyes open to want to see these images instead of passing them by too quickly for the animals.

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Apr 22, 2008 10:26 |  #33

You have captured some great images here. Thanks for sharing, love them all! Pete


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Apr 22, 2008 11:06 |  #34

That antelope from Africa that you forgot the name of is a Bongo. Again, awesome pictures!

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Apr 22, 2008 11:32 |  #35

beautiful shots. They inspire me to want to take my nephew to the zoo so I can shoot.


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Apr 22, 2008 22:27 |  #36

smallpotatoes wrote in post #5380820external link
That antelope from Africa that you forgot the name of is a Bongo. Again, awesome pictures!

Jaci

Thanks very much Jaci. Here is an image of a full grown male (I think from the same species of deer) :-)
Taken some years ago on my old 70-400f4L

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TAMARINDS

These tiny primates reminded me of the mogwais in GREMLINS the movie. :-)

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Apr 22, 2008 22:51 |  #38

Wow!! Breathtaking photos. Zoo shots normally make me very sad but these capture the beauty of the animals, and they all look like they are taken care of. Great pictures! :D


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Apr 22, 2008 23:15 |  #39
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my contribution. :)

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Thanks Bubble!
I am beginning to think that photographers think alike. Your first shot reminded me of this one I have as well! Go figure! :-)

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LION KING

Here are two more recent captures of the sole male in the harem here at the Zoo. I think it was a 'Good Hair Day'. :-)

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CHEETAH on the prowl

Cheetahs are notoriously difficult to photograph because they are usually hiding in Zoos as there is nothing to hunt down. Most times I found them just laying around having long naps. I managed to find one single Cheetah once and this are my images. It was excited by the cries of the next pen made by small deers.

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Apr 23, 2008 07:43 |  #43

Here are a couple of my cheetah shots... Taken at the Knoxville Zoo in June 2007.

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Apr 23, 2008 18:11 |  #44

You're welcome. This one is a Kudu. Gorgeous shot of a beautiful animal.

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Thanks very much Jaci. Here is an image of a full grown male (I think from the same species of deer) :-)
Taken some years ago on my old 70-400f4L

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Cheetah? oh..i have some too. :)


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