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Langur and Acacia
Langur and Acacia
Dandeli, Karnataka, 11 February 2008
Camera :  NIKON D200
Shutter-speed :   1/200 sec
Aperture :   f 5.6
Exposure Mode :   Aperature Priority
ISO :   320
Exposure Compensation :   -0.3 EV
Flash :   No Flash
Focal Length :   460 mm
Acacia auriculiformis is a native tree species of Australia, but is used in afforestation projects here in India as this tree grows fast. The fruits of this tree are eaten by many animals, including the langur. Acacia can be invasive and affect native natural habitats.