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Wednesday, November 21, 2012

November Newborns

The monkeys were absent for a few mysterious days.  We missed them.  The first impala lamb was spotted gazing around in wonderment, and the cuckoos arrived.  Then the monkeys returned, and all was clear. There were new arrivals - very new. The other monkeys were still being introduced.










....meanwhile...









11 comments:

Janet said...

Precious!!!!
Meanwhile. . . . . ;-) looking forward to pics of the little faces when they are introduced to window entry . . . .

joost said...

hahaha...more feet that will contribute to expanding the lively rhythm on the roof.

(can I adopt one???)

Val said...

Janet - yup more candidates for kitchen raids no doubt. but they are so cute too

Joost - yes of course - how many would you like?

xx

Angela said...

Lovely, lovely! How good to see they continue. If they weren`t such raiders, I would adopt one, too!

Vagabonde said...

They are so cute! One of my friends in Gabon had adopted one and she even took it for a visit to Paris by placing it under her shirt and the flight attendants did not notice. But when it grew it became very jealous of her boy-friend – mean with him, so she gave it away to a single friend in Libreville. Because it became a choice between the pet monkey or the boyfriend....

Amanda said...

these images are simply precious, and teach us how precious life is.

i hope your holidays were lovely, val. wishing you a new year filled with many blessings and everything your heart desires.

with love,

amanda
xoxo

Amanda said...

missing you in the blogworld, val. hoping all is well xoxo

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kpattman said...

Interesting to have monkeys visit. I've only had parrots, hummingbirds, scorpions and tarantulas as guests...a monkey would have been nice!