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Guess who took their IIIf to the zoo! This is the colorful Golden Lion Tamarin, an endangered species, from the tropical rain forest canopy along Brazil's Atantic coast. "Golden Lion Tamarins get their name from their beautiful soft fur, which is gold from head to tail. The circle of hair around their faces resembles a lion's mane. When first sighted, during the voyage of Magellan, they were thought to be small cats that looked like monkeys, instead of small monkeys that look like cats. GLTs are among the 10% of mammals who are monogamous and mate for life." Their enclosure was pretty dark and I'm pleasantly surprised this turned out as bright as it did. [Leica IIIf RDST (DAG), Hektor 135mm (SK), 1/100 @ f/5.6, Fujicolor ASA 400, VCII meter, handheld, drugstore develop and scan to CD, ever so slightly sharpened in PS4, no other mod--the rest is classic Barnack!] [ATTACH]168022[/ATTACH]