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English: A Crab-eating Macaque (Macaca fascicularis) Monkey. Pictured in the Lalbagh Botanical Gardens, Bangalore, India
Français : Un Macaque crabier (Macaca fascicularis) Bangalore, Inde.
Camera Model Canon EOS 400D
Shutter speed 1/250
Aperture f/5.6
Film speed (ISO) 800
Lens Canon 100-400mm
Focal length 400mm (1.6x)
Flash Natural ambient lighting
Film digital
Date 24/04/2012 app 9:00 am
Source Own work
Author Muhammad Mahdi Karim Facebook
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