Lush Greenery & Silly Monkeys in Kuala Selangor Nature Park

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  1. mylo

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    Recently, I visited Kuala Selangor Nature Park/KSNP. I spent three hours exploring the entire park. The park is managed by Malaysian Nature Society (MNS) and divided into three sections - Brackish Water Lake System, Secondary Forest and Mangrove forest. The mangrove forest over there is simply wonderful!

    More info:
    a) Kuala Selangor Nature Park, Selangor : journeymalaysia.com
    b) Malaysian Nature Society (MNS) - Persatuan Pencinta Alam Malaysia

    Here are some photos from my trip:

    Picture 1 - I come in PEACE

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    A curious looking silver leaf infant. First time seeing a human?

    Picture 2 - GREEN

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    A close-up shot

    Cheers!
    mylo
     
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    ahh the monkey is awsome!! looks a little cross eyed...I want to take him home! :)
     
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    hahah so funny
    great monkey shot
    the leaf is also very cool
    what a neat place to visit :)
     
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    The infant was a bit curious looking at his own reflection on my camera lens :lol: These silver leaf monkeys are quite aggressive- not really a perfect domesticated pet :lmao:

    Thanks!! :hug:: The nature park is HUGE!!! There is a hill (Bukit Malawati Hill) full of silver leaf monkeys and a vast mangrove forest with mudskippers and millions of crabs!

    Cheers!
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    Great shots!
    The monkey looks like hes been smoking some of that "green"! ;)
     

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