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A Light Burden A young olive baboon (Papio anubis) clings to its mothers back in Ugandas Kibale National Park. The park is home to 13 primate species including these baboons so named because of their greenish gray coat color.  Tramonti's shot was recently featured in the Daily Dozen.  This photo was submitted to Your Shot our storytelling community where members can take part in photo assignments get expert feedback be published and more. Join now >>  Comparte si te gusta.

A Light Burden A young olive baboon (Papio anubis) clings to its mothers back in Ugandas Kibale National Park. The park is home to 13 primate species including these baboons so named because of their greenish gray coat color. Tramonti's shot was recently featured in the Daily Dozen. This photo was submitted to Your Shot our storytelling community where members can take part in photo assignments get expert feedback be published and more. Join now >> Comparte si te gusta.

As ominously low clouds loom over the savanna, a lioness in Kenya’s Masai Mara National Reserve stretches in this National Geographic Photo of the Day.

As ominously low clouds loom over the savanna, a lioness in Kenya’s Masai Mara National Reserve stretches in this National Geographic Photo of the Day.

Perfectly Positioned Red Panda...  photo by Surendra,Pradhan  Fat Cats Lucky Dogs (@fatcatnluckydog) | Twitter

Perfectly Positioned Red Panda... photo by Surendra,Pradhan Fat Cats Lucky Dogs (@fatcatnluckydog) | Twitter

Bengal tigers spar playfully in Rajasthan, India. “I came across this tiger family one chilly, foggy January morning as they finished feasting on a sambar deer kill,” writes Your Shot member Souvik Kundu. “In an energetic and playful mood, the cubs engaged in several bouts of jostling under the watchful eye of the mother.”

Bengal tigers spar playfully in Rajasthan, India. “I came across this tiger family one chilly, foggy January morning as they finished feasting on a sambar deer kill,” writes Your Shot member Souvik Kundu. “In an energetic and playful mood, the cubs engaged in several bouts of jostling under the watchful eye of the mother.”

Peekaboo with a leaf... a female #insect! Handbooks of romance say peekaboo is one of the best ways women flirts! :)

Peekaboo with a leaf... a female #insect! Handbooks of romance say peekaboo is one of the best ways women flirts! :)

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