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      Baby Dusky Langur by Troup1: This tribe of dusky langurs in Prachuap Khiri Khan, Thailand live at the base of a sacred mountain sandwiched between an air force base and a town. They cannot be sustained by the mountains resources and have been fed by the local people. They are very gentle, playful and sweet natured. This particular young male is very used to my presence and is a great #cute baby Animals|

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      Baby monkey hahaha look at those ears

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      Baby Dusky Leaf Monkey (by #cute baby Animals #Baby Animals|

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