Seeing this grey gibbon so close to the path in the Taronga ZOO was a very nice surprise. Usually they hide quite high and away from the viewing crowd. I was able to take multiple exposures with gibbon’s numerous facial expressions. This species of gibbon are also known as Müller’s Bornean Gibbon.
If there is a place I am always glad to go and visit it would have to be the Taronga ZOO. So many interesting animals on both side of the fence. With the latest arrival of baby elephant who was named “Luk Chai” my kids decided we should pay a visit. Today was a perfect day to visit the ZOO – not a cloud in the sky and a pleasant 18C. Simply beautiful Sydney winter day. more