Inappropriate portrayals hinder conservation and bolster the pet tradeSome pop-culture trends seem to go viral overnight, but other social evolution is more nuanced and permanent. Case in point: the growing public condemnation of the use of wild animals for entertainment. Changing industry standards reflect this cultural shift. For example, after learning that great ape "actors" often endure abuse during preproduction training, the vast majority of top ad agencies in the world—including... continue reading
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Monkeys from Mauritius have been introduced in the 17th century by dutch settlers. The historians think they could be one of the reason for the extinction of the dodo bird since they used to feed on the birds' eggs. These pictures were taken in a Mauritian forest using a 500mm lens. continue reading
As it happens when we are confronted with the face of a primate, we sometimes get a shocking impression of looking at somebody who is familiar to us. That happens because many apes share with us our most common feelings like fear, anger, happiness and joy among many others and, what is more important they are able to express this emotions on their face the same way we do.The recent sale of a portrait of a Tufted Capuchin Monkey from Peru gave me the idea of presenting some other close-ups of other... continue reading
In 2012 I made my second visit to Peru, this time to the Peruvian amazon which is simply amazing! The seasonal flooding of the amazon that year had been by far much stronger than the average and even the huts of the indians which are built high up on stilts were partially under water.The whole photographic work was made from canoes of different shape and size and the advantage was that some species were easier to see and photograph the normally like the following series of images of Woolly Monkeys... continue reading
One day, I was traveling around Java and I was hitch-hiking for 10 days. I felt really tired in that time and I stopped in some small National Park in the East Java. I sat on the beach and wanted to take a rest after long trip. Then I saw these monkeys in the sea. It was amazing experiance. :) They were just taking a bath, moon was rising on the sky and it was soooo beautiful. continue reading
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