A couple of days ago I spotted and photographed a small group of Brown Capuchin Monkeys. One question went through my mind after seeing these pictures: 'What were they staring at?'
Brown Capuchin Monkeys are common monkeys seen almost on a daily basis in Kabalebo. As they are moving very fast through the trees and branches they cover a large area while looking for food. Sometimes they join the Common Squirrel Monkeys and sometimes they are seen with their own kind.
I spotted this group near the lodge of Kabalebo. Some were seen eating Inga fruits while some were trying their luck in the dense vegetation. One thing caught my eye through all the pictures; they were staring at something I didn't or couldn't see.
Were they in deep thoughts?
Were they pondering upon their next destination?
Or do they also worry like human beings?
Even though they live in the 'wild' called rainforest, they do have this similar thing in common as us: just stop and stare into the distance.
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