IT’S MONKEY’S BUSINESS!

These pictures were taken during my recent visit to Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary. The wildlife reserve was once known for it’s abundance in tiger populations. With poaching and harsh environmental changes, the chance of even potting a paw-print is bleak let alone the animal itself.

While I was lucky enough to capture other animals, I was particularly fascinated by Grey Langurs. I found them quite expressive as subjects.On close observation I found their mannerisms and expressions in great resemblance to humans. Apart from them coming up close to the car and a jumping around here and there, I think they were pretty good posers. Scroll below to be a part of this monkey business!

All pictures are property of Shefali Judeline Jauhar.

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The streaks of light seeping through the trees, and up above is a monkey I see.

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Lost in a mind of his own, his solemn expression is freakishly familiar to human emotions.

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Nature’s way of motherhood.

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Notice the posture being quite similar to that of humans.

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An early morning stretch to start the day!

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Lost but not lonely.

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Mother and child in absolute harmony.

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The brighter future.

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Peek-a-boo, I see you!

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The concentration there, I cant even!

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Yet another human-like posture.

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A perfectly composed mother and child.

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