12 Amazing Shots of the World’s Only Grass-Eating Monkey by Jeffrey Kerby and Trevor Beck Frost of National Geographic
12 Amazing Shots of The World’s Only Grass-Eating Monkeys (‘bleeding heart’ geladas) by Jeffrey Kerby and Trevor Beck Frost of National Geographic.

5. An adult male gelada, always vigilant, keeps an eye out for threats as the sun sets on another day on the Guassa plateau.

An adult male gelada, always vigilant, keeps an eye out for threats as the sun sets on another day on the Guassa plateau.

6. Small farms hug the slopes of the Great Rift Valley and cover much of the Ethiopian Highlands, fragmenting geladas’ native grasslands.

Small farms hug the slopes of the Great Rift Valley and cover much of the Ethiopian Highlands, fragmenting geladas’ native grasslands.

7. Two adult males look out over a landscape in transition.

Two adult males look out over a landscape in transition.

8. When it’s time to give birth, Guassa’s normally highly social geladas often isolate themselves to avoid aggressive behavior from other monkeys and remain silent in an effort to evade predators.

When it’s time to give birth, Guassa’s normally highly social geladas often isolate themselves to avoid aggressive behavior from other monkeys and remain silent in an effort to evade predators.



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