Found only in Ethiopia, Gelada Baboons are the last surviving species of ancient grazing primates that were once numerous. They are threatened today, surviving in isolated areas in Ethiopia. They are the most terrestrial of primates, aside from humans.
Threat display of the Drill primate. The drill is a member of the Old-world monkey family and is most closely related to the mandrill. They are among Africa’s most endangered mammals. (by Mako Fotografia on
Golden monkey from the mountains of China - Golden snub-nosed monkey possibly fed up with that photographer getting in his face all the time. Well, actually most of my portraits of this rare and endangered primate are taken at a distance of less than 5 me
Sifaka - a lemur from the family Indriidae within the order Primates. The name of their family is an onomatopoeia of their characteristic "shi-fak" alarm call. Like all lemurs, they are found only on the island of Madagascar.