A crab-eating macaque photographed by Ramona Johnston in the mangrove forests of Ko Lanta, Thailand. The crab-eating macaque is a medium size monkey, found in the tropical and sub-tropical forests and jungles throughout South-East Asia. The crab-eating macaque differs from other macaque species in that it has a long tail which is about the same length as its body. The crab-eating macaque is widely dispersed across the South-East Asian jungles and found in a variety of different habitats. It generally settles in areas that are close to water over a wide range of habitats, including lowland forests, tropical jungles and mangroves. The crab-eating macaque is a highly sociable animal and lives in groups containing between 5 and 60 individuals....
Lifelong photographer Ramona Johnston divides her time between Calgary and Canmore, in Canada's beautiful Rocky Mountains. Ramona comes from a family of artists, including woodworkers, weavers, quilters and painters. In 2007, Ramona was named one of Calgary's Top 40 Under 40.
I have traveled extensively with my husband and two young sons, and enjoy finding beauty in unexpected places. Other than making my children laugh, nothing thrills me more than capturing a once in a lifetime photograph!
Please don't hesitate to contact me if you would like an image cropped to different proportions, or if you have any other questions. Thanks for visiting!
"Like water, be gentle and strong. Be gentle enough to follow the natural paths of the...
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