Photos | Primate Perspective at the SF Zoo

Primate Perspective at the SF Zoo


Captured on March 9, 2024, this intimate glance through the window reveals a day in the life of a playful Monkey at the SF Zoo. Artfully juxtaposed with subtle elements of wood, grass, and slate in the background, the photograph showcases not just an Animal (100%), but an intriguing blend of wildlife and environment. Step into a world where Mammals (100%), Apes (57%), and even Baboons (57%) call home, all wrapped within this uniquely rustic sphere of our natural world. This intriguing shot acts as a reminder of the delicate thread that ties all creatures together - from humans to our canine companions (57%).

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a monkey is seen through a window in a zoo

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