(Sorry this clip is shorter in time, in fact just as their lifespan and time on earth)
Remember you and me as videographers can show future generations the last remaining species.
This endangered Brown Howler Monkey is endemic to Brazil and known hence its name, by the terrific howl which can be heard miles away. It is thought that they use their howls to express their presence and claim their right to a territory for food.
Reports indicate that 60+ percent of the Amazon's forests could be gone by 2030, releasing billion of tons of CO2 to the atmosphere, "with major contributions to global warming", warns Dr. Meg Symington, WWF's priority leader for the Amazon.
Enjoy or cry. Last moments of a singing or is it talking 'White Handed Gibbon'. Indonesia and Malaysia (Borneo) destroy about 51 square kilometers of Gibbons habitat every day, equivalent to 300 football fields every hour. The world's fastest destroyer of forests including these Gibbons and many other apes, monkeys (Proboscis Monkey, Orang Utan), Pygmee Elephants, Birds and many more. I think this beautiful creature, talks with his far away neighbour ape.
Gibbons are (lesser) apes not monkeys!
Guess what they are talking about.....
I put some bird feed on my wall to see if any birds would come while I was sitting outside. Today only the mockingbird was brave enough to land there. It eats bugs and wasn't interested in eating. He wanted water, but wasn't brave enough to fly down to it while I was there and left in disgust. If you listen at the end you can hear it make a sound as it flew off. It did come back later before the sun went down and drank while I was there. I didn't get a shot as I am trying to gain it's trust and didn't want to spook it off.