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It’s not easy to get to Jigokudani Monkey Park, which is probably why it still exists. The nearest town, Yamanouchi, is nestled deep in the Japanese Alps —.

Photographer Christy Strever managed to capture the money on her last day on holiday in the Kruger National Park

He looks unusual but he's all white! Albino monkey wrestles its friend

Albino Monkey, South Africa, Photographer Christy Strever managed to capture the monkey on her last day on holiday in the Kruger National Park

There are roughly 700 mountain gorillas remaining on Earth, and nearly half live in the forests of the Virunga mountains in central Africa.

The nest by David Hobcote via "There are roughly 700 mountain gorillas remaining on Earth, and nearly half live in the forests of the Virunga mountains in central Africa. These gorillas live on the green, volcanic slopes of Uganda.

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25 Photos Of Snow Monkeys Enjoying The Winter

Spirit Animals: Photograph First Winter by Ben Torode on A Japanese Snow Monkey settles in to a hot spring bath at Jigokudani

Credit: Tim Henshall $escape.html($mainPicture.caption) Mountain gorillas in Uganda and Rwanda - in pictures

Mountain gorillas in Uganda and Rwanda - in pictures

Baby Gorilla, Uganda by Tim Henshall: Half of the world's last remaining Mountain Gorillas on the planet are found in the Virunga Volcanoes of Uganda, Rwanda and Congo and the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest in Uganda, one of the most biologically diverse ar

Yoina, a member of the Matsigenka tribe that lives deep inside Peru's Manú National Park, swims in the Yomibato River with her pet saddleback tamarin. Read the full story: http://on.natgeo.com/1UjIG20

Photo by Charlie Hamilton James. Yoina, a member of the Matsigenka tribe that lives deep inside Peru's Manú National Park, swims in the Yomibato River with her pet saddleback tamarin.

http://philippines.mycityportal.net - Tarsiers in Bohol, Philippines - Endangered species. This photo shows the insensitivity of the "eco" resort who encourage tourists to disturb these highly nervous primates who sleep during the day and forage at night. Lack of sleep causes a disturbance in their normal patterns of behavior eventually leading to death.

Tarsiers indigenous to Bohol, Philippines .an endangered species They are the smallest monkeys in the world.

Jane Goodall I had the pleasure of hearing her speak in 2003 at the New England Aquarium. Truly a moving women trying to defend the earth and teach new generations to treasure our natural resources and empathize with the creatures with whom we share this planet.

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Primatologist Jane Goodall - In the photo above, she kisses Pola, a chimpanzee baby at the Budapest Zoo that she symbolically adopted. I love Jane Goodall! She is such an inspiring lady!

A macaque monkey rocks his cat companion to sleep, after discovering her lost in the Indonesian jungle. [per previous pinner]

15 Animals That Are Definitely Caregivers

A long tailed macaque monkey adopts a kitten in the forests of Bali, Indonesia. A long tailed macaque monkey has been spotted in a forest in the Ubud region of Bali, Indonesia, protectively nuzzling and grooming a ginger kitten

A day in Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica. This is a great place to visit if you want to see wildlife, including birds, monkeys and sloths, as well as great beaches and exotic jungle.

Beaches, Wildlife and the Rainforest : A Day in Manuel Antonio National Park

A day in Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica. This is a great place to visit if you want to see wildlife, including birds, monkeys and sloths, as well as great beaches and exotic jungle.

Roloway monkey    The roloway monkey used to live in the forests of Ghana and Côte d'Ivoire, but it has become extinct in Ghana.

35 Of The World's Rarest Animals

Owabi, a two-week-old monkey cub, one of the 25 most endangered primate species in the world, is pictured with its Mother

Anne Young was on vacation visiting the Sacred Monkey Forest in Bali. The pair had been together a few days, and whenever the park staff tried to capture the kitten, it would just run back to the monkey, Anne says. The macaque, a young male, would groom his feline friend, hug and nuzzle it, and even lay his head on the kitten’s head as if it were a pillow.

Unlikely mothers: Adoption in the animal world

A wild monkey has stunned animal lovers after it adopted an abandoned kitten and cared for it as his own. The young long-tailed macaque monkey was spotted in a forest protectively nuzzling and grooming the ginger kitten, making sure no harm came t.

A ring tailed lemur looks at her baby called Casper at Longleat safari park Picture: Ian Turner/BNPS

Pictures of the day: 2 July 2013

Today: Flamenco dancers, Beyonce performing in LA and the new ifetch for dogs.

"Gorilla of my dreams"  Nine month old gorilla Monroe plays at the San Diego Zoo's Safari Park.

Nine month old gorilla Monroe plays at the San Diego Zoo's Safari Park. Monroe is the first gorilla to be born at the park in a decade.

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