Sun Bears (Ruff and tumble)

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  1. Wozza

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    I went to the Zoo today with the intentions of getting a decent shot of the Sunbear as these guys are always in their cave when I go. Last time he was out, I didn't have my 200mm, just a 128mm which was too small.

    Luckily they were out today, and causing mischief!


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    5 - This one is my fav of the day
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  2. KamaKazzy

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    AAWWW
     
  3. 250Gimp

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    Nice shots!!

    They are cropped a bit tight for my liking, especially when they are playing. The colours seem like they could use a boost as well.

    Cheers
     
  4. Dmitri

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    The first two seem a bit on the bright side, but hey.. sun bears what can ya do? And I agree with you, the last one is so adorable :)
     
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    I like seeing the bear's face in the first one - good eye contact, and you can see the different coloration on its face. And that last one is tooo cute, with his expression on its face, and all four paws up in the air like that!
     

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