International Primate Day 2020
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I am an avid amateur photographer with a passion for travel, wildlife and photography. I feel a special connection to all wildlife and I love trying to capture an animal’s essence and emotion.

Zanzibar has such an interesting and storied past as a hub for the spice trade. There are influences around the island from India, the Middle East and, of course, Africa. Although learning this history was fascinating, I had heard that this island on the Zanzibari Archipelago was home to one of the rarest and most endangered of the primates, the Zanzibari Red Colobus, also known as Kirk’s Red Colobus...

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