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  • Trish Anna

    MPERILED PRIMATES: The peculiar proboscis monkey is just one of the endangered animals unique to mangrove forests. Image: ISTOCKPHOTO/KJORGEN - #proboscis #monkey #primate #endangered #animal #animals #wild #wildlife #nature #photography #mangrove - tå√

  • Susan Parmenter

    §§º§§ Animal Kingdom | Proboscis Monkey is one of the endangered species who are unique to mangrove forests.

  • Kyrstin Pummill

    Proboscis monkey, Nasalis larvatus

  • Kelliann Burke

    long nosed or proboscis monkey. They look like those creatures who lived in the underground world in C.S. Lewis' book "The Silver Chair"

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    Me two fuzzy n tickles

  • Sheri Williams

    I think somewhere I heard that horse lips are like to be the same as elephants trunk end. wish I could see the end of an elephants trunk.

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