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Rare Albino Vervet Monkey in Timbavati Game Reserve

By Liz Donahey | February 28

Liz is Bushtracks' Digital Marketing Manager. Like an online safari guide, Liz, helps travelers navigate the often complex landscape of African travel by keeping www.bushtracks.com up to date and creating online communities where returning Bushtracks travelers can continue their adventures by learning more about Africa and connecting with others who love all things African. When she’s not busy blogging about the latest goings-on in Kenya or Zambia, you’ll find Liz enjoying the company of her three little girls, husband and kennel of golden retrievers. Prior to joining Bushtracks in 2013, Liz spent the last decade exploring the uncharted terrain of digital marketing and information technology, creating online marketing roadmaps and platforms, and teaching part time as an Assistant Professor at Dominican University of California.

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Rare Albino Vervet Monkey in Timbavati Game Reserve

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Written by: Christy Strever

I was driving through the Timbavati Game Reserve when I came across a group of vervet monkeys playing in the road. The next thing this little white bombshell dives out from the bushes and tackles another baby vervet the same age.

The group completely accepted the albino monkey and they were all playing for ages. The albino was a little more shy than the other vervet monkeys and stayed near the grass or in the tree. It was a very special and unique sighting… reminded me of a miniature abominable snowman.

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Topics: Albino Vervet Monkey, Vervet Monkeys, Christy Strever, African Monkeys

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