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Close up portrait of a crab-eating macaque head down, leaned against a stair rail ball and holding his tail in Krabi - Wat Tham Seua / The Tiger cave temple - Thailand Monkey : Make me think of The Thinker (French: Le Penseur) sculpture by Rodin stock photo

Close up portrait of a crab-eating macaque head down,  leaned against a stair rail ball and holding his tail in Krabi  - Wat Tham Seua / The Tiger cave temple - Thailand Monkey :
Make me think of The Thinker (French: Le Penseur) sculpture by Rodin In the heart of Krabi, Thailand I had the incredible privilege of encountering and photographing some of its most captivating inhabitants. The intriguing world of the Krabi macaques, the charismatic crab-eating macaque (Macaca fascicularis) also know as the long-tailed macaque or the cynomolgus monkey from the Cercopithecidae family.

The sacred site that witnessed these magical moments is : Wat Tham seua - Wat Tham Suea - Wat Tham Sua - Wat Thumsua  - The Tiger Cave, often known as the Tiger Temple, added an air of mystery to the surroundings, where the delicate balance of nature and spirituality converges.

At the bottom of the Temple you can find the Bodhisattva Guanyin Pagoda where monkeys like to live Adventure Stock Photo
In the heart of Krabi, Thailand I had the incredible privilege of encountering and photographing some of its most captivating inhabitants. The intriguing world of the Krabi macaques, the charismatic crab-eating macaque (Macaca fascicularis) also know as the long-tailed macaque or the cynomolgus monkey from the Cercopithecidae family. The sacred site that witnessed these magical moments is : Wat Tham seua - Wat Tham Suea - Wat Tham Sua - Wat Thumsua - The Tiger Cave, often known as the Tiger Temple, added an air of mystery to the surroundings, where the delicate balance of nature and spirituality converges. At the bottom of the Temple you can find the Bodhisattva Guanyin Pagoda where monkeys like to live

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In the heart of Krabi, Thailand I had the incredible privilege of encountering and photographing some of its most captivating inhabitants. The intriguing world of the Krabi macaques, the charismatic crab-eating macaque (Macaca fascicularis) also know as the long-tailed macaque or the cynomolgus monkey from the Cercopithecidae family. The sacred site that witnessed these magical moments is : Wat Tham seua - Wat Tham Suea - Wat Tham Sua - Wat Thumsua - The Tiger Cave, often known as the Tiger Temple, added an air of mystery to the surroundings, where the delicate balance of nature and spirituality converges. At the bottom of the Temple you can find the Bodhisattva Guanyin Pagoda where monkeys like to live

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