1. The Mandrill - Mandrillus sphinx. A portrait of one of the largest monkeys, the Mandrill.
2. White-cheeked Gibbon - endangered.. A portrait of Hylobates leucogenys - female, White-cheeked Gibbon.
3. The Mandrill - Mandrillus sphinx. The Mandrill is the world's largest species of monkey.
4. Dusky leaf Monkey.. Semnopithecus obscurus - ( south east asia) - threatened species. These monkeys live in small family groups spread over a wide range of habitats but prefer tall forests.
5. White-cheeked Gibbon.. . Hylobates leucogenys - male. The endangered Gibbon, inhabits tropical broad-leaf forests.
6. The Meerkat.. The meerkat or suricate Suricata suricatta is a small mammal and a member of the mongoose family.
7. Meerkat - suricate Suricata suricatta. A Meerkat portrait.
8. Baby Koala - Phascolarctos cinereus . Arboreal. Animals from the north have short pale grey fur and animals from the south have longer grey-brown fur.
9. Blue and Yellow Macaw - Ara ararauna. A flight over a crowd at the Adelaide Zoo.
10. The Flamingo - Phoenicopterus chilensis. . A Flamingo portrait.
11. Ring-tailed Lemur.. Lemur catta - are a near threatened species due to habitat destruction.
12. Matschie's Tree kangaroo.. Dendrolagus matschiei - found only in dense tropical rainforest & deciduous forest, mountains of Huon peninsula of New Guinea, sea level to nearly 10,000 feet - nowhere else in New Guinea