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Spider Monkey--Costa Rica

 
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Sep 24, 2011 10:58 |  #1

Taken on The Osa Peninsula in Costa Rica.


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Sep 24, 2011 21:44 |  #2

Cool shot. How big is this guy?


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Sep 24, 2011 21:58 as a reply to  @ TTuna Eye's post |  #3

About the size of a 4 or 5 year old kid. But they are extremely friendly. I was actually walking along the beach with this guy holding hands with him/her.


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Sep 24, 2011 22:00 |  #4

Great pic.
What lens did you use?




  
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Sep 24, 2011 22:33 as a reply to  @ johnnysart's post |  #5

I'm not 100% certain but I believe it might have been my Canon 400mm. (T1i camera). No longer have the 400mm. Replaced it with the new 70-300mm L lens which has been fabulous for me.


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