Progression of a Large Group of Mandrills

Progression of a Large Group of Mandrills

Zoology Human Evolution Studies ZHE077

 

Wild mandrills form very large groups of 300 to 800 individuals, which are among the largest primate groups.

Mammalia

Phylum
Chordata
Class
Mammalia

 
Country Gabon Use of Microscope Don't Use
Region Moukalaba-Doudou National Park Use of Automatic Shooting Devices Don't Use
Shooting Date 2012/10/25 Use of Fluorescent Probe Don't Use
Shooting Time Use of Infrared Don't Use
Photographer Shun HONGO Shooting Interval (Sec.) ---
Copyright Holder Shun HONGO Shooting Speed 標準

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