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Tańczący lemur (11)

EN_01356911_0001 SOL
This lemur channels King Julian's famous 'I Like To Move It' dance from popular children's film Madagascar as it shows off for the camera. The lemur can be seen twisting and turning and even flinging its arms about as it crossed a red soil track. Pictured in a Madagascan wildlife reserve, the little animal jumps sideways like this to travel across ground. Though it is simply crossing a road, it looks like something out of animated classic Madagascar featuring King Julian - an all-singing and all-dancing lemur who performs 'I Like To Move It'. Amateur photographer Ren Kurokawa, 54, snapped the sifaka lemur and said its way of travelling is 'famous' in Berenty Reserve. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Ren Kurokawa/Solent News ? Ren Kurokawa/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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This lemur channels King Julian's famous 'I Like To Move It' dance from popular children's film Madagascar as it shows off for the camera. The lemur can be seen twisting and turning and even flinging its arms about as it crossed a red soil track. Pictured in a Madagascan wildlife reserve, the little animal jumps sideways like this to travel across ground. Though it is simply crossing a road, it looks like something out of animated classic Madagascar featuring King Julian - an all-singing and all-dancing lemur who performs 'I Like To Move It'. Amateur photographer Ren Kurokawa, 54, snapped the sifaka lemur and said its way of travelling is 'famous' in Berenty Reserve. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Ren Kurokawa/Solent News ? Ren Kurokawa/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
EN_01356911_0003 SOL
This lemur channels King Julian's famous 'I Like To Move It' dance from popular children's film Madagascar as it shows off for the camera. The lemur can be seen twisting and turning and even flinging its arms about as it crossed a red soil track. Pictured in a Madagascan wildlife reserve, the little animal jumps sideways like this to travel across ground. Though it is simply crossing a road, it looks like something out of animated classic Madagascar featuring King Julian - an all-singing and all-dancing lemur who performs 'I Like To Move It'. Amateur photographer Ren Kurokawa, 54, snapped the sifaka lemur and said its way of travelling is 'famous' in Berenty Reserve. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Ren Kurokawa/Solent News ? Ren Kurokawa/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
EN_01356911_0004 SOL
This lemur channels King Julian's famous 'I Like To Move It' dance from popular children's film Madagascar as it shows off for the camera. The lemur can be seen twisting and turning and even flinging its arms about as it crossed a red soil track. Pictured in a Madagascan wildlife reserve, the little animal jumps sideways like this to travel across ground. Though it is simply crossing a road, it looks like something out of animated classic Madagascar featuring King Julian - an all-singing and all-dancing lemur who performs 'I Like To Move It'. Amateur photographer Ren Kurokawa, 54, snapped the sifaka lemur and said its way of travelling is 'famous' in Berenty Reserve. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Ren Kurokawa/Solent News ? Ren Kurokawa/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
EN_01356911_0005 SOL
This lemur channels King Julian's famous 'I Like To Move It' dance from popular children's film Madagascar as it shows off for the camera. The lemur can be seen twisting and turning and even flinging its arms about as it crossed a red soil track. Pictured in a Madagascan wildlife reserve, the little animal jumps sideways like this to travel across ground. Though it is simply crossing a road, it looks like something out of animated classic Madagascar featuring King Julian - an all-singing and all-dancing lemur who performs 'I Like To Move It'. Amateur photographer Ren Kurokawa, 54, snapped the sifaka lemur and said its way of travelling is 'famous' in Berenty Reserve. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Ren Kurokawa/Solent News ? Ren Kurokawa/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
EN_01356911_0006 SOL
This lemur channels King Julian's famous 'I Like To Move It' dance from popular children's film Madagascar as it shows off for the camera. The lemur can be seen twisting and turning and even flinging its arms about as it crossed a red soil track. Pictured in a Madagascan wildlife reserve, the little animal jumps sideways like this to travel across ground. Though it is simply crossing a road, it looks like something out of animated classic Madagascar featuring King Julian - an all-singing and all-dancing lemur who performs 'I Like To Move It'. Amateur photographer Ren Kurokawa, 54, snapped the sifaka lemur and said its way of travelling is 'famous' in Berenty Reserve. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Ren Kurokawa/Solent News ? Ren Kurokawa/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
EN_01356911_0007 SOL
This lemur channels King Julian's famous 'I Like To Move It' dance from popular children's film Madagascar as it shows off for the camera. The lemur can be seen twisting and turning and even flinging its arms about as it crossed a red soil track. Pictured in a Madagascan wildlife reserve, the little animal jumps sideways like this to travel across ground. Though it is simply crossing a road, it looks like something out of animated classic Madagascar featuring King Julian - an all-singing and all-dancing lemur who performs 'I Like To Move It'. Amateur photographer Ren Kurokawa, 54, snapped the sifaka lemur and said its way of travelling is 'famous' in Berenty Reserve. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Ren Kurokawa/Solent News ? Ren Kurokawa/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
EN_01356911_0008 SOL
This lemur channels King Julian's famous 'I Like To Move It' dance from popular children's film Madagascar as it shows off for the camera. The lemur can be seen twisting and turning and even flinging its arms about as it crossed a red soil track. Pictured in a Madagascan wildlife reserve, the little animal jumps sideways like this to travel across ground. Though it is simply crossing a road, it looks like something out of animated classic Madagascar featuring King Julian - an all-singing and all-dancing lemur who performs 'I Like To Move It'. Amateur photographer Ren Kurokawa, 54, snapped the sifaka lemur and said its way of travelling is 'famous' in Berenty Reserve. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Ren Kurokawa/Solent News ? Ren Kurokawa/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
EN_01356911_0009 SOL
This lemur channels King Julian's famous 'I Like To Move It' dance from popular children's film Madagascar as it shows off for the camera. The lemur can be seen twisting and turning and even flinging its arms about as it crossed a red soil track. Pictured in a Madagascan wildlife reserve, the little animal jumps sideways like this to travel across ground. Though it is simply crossing a road, it looks like something out of animated classic Madagascar featuring King Julian - an all-singing and all-dancing lemur who performs 'I Like To Move It'. Amateur photographer Ren Kurokawa, 54, snapped the sifaka lemur and said its way of travelling is 'famous' in Berenty Reserve. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Ren Kurokawa/Solent News ? Ren Kurokawa/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
EN_01356911_0010 SOL
This lemur channels King Julian's famous 'I Like To Move It' dance from popular children's film Madagascar as it shows off for the camera. The lemur can be seen twisting and turning and even flinging its arms about as it crossed a red soil track. Pictured in a Madagascan wildlife reserve, the little animal jumps sideways like this to travel across ground. Though it is simply crossing a road, it looks like something out of animated classic Madagascar featuring King Julian - an all-singing and all-dancing lemur who performs 'I Like To Move It'. Amateur photographer Ren Kurokawa, 54, snapped the sifaka lemur and said its way of travelling is 'famous' in Berenty Reserve. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Ren Kurokawa/Solent News ? Ren Kurokawa/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
EN_01356911_0011 SOL
This lemur channels King Julian's famous 'I Like To Move It' dance from popular children's film Madagascar as it shows off for the camera. The lemur can be seen twisting and turning and even flinging its arms about as it crossed a red soil track. Pictured in a Madagascan wildlife reserve, the little animal jumps sideways like this to travel across ground. Though it is simply crossing a road, it looks like something out of animated classic Madagascar featuring King Julian - an all-singing and all-dancing lemur who performs 'I Like To Move It'. Amateur photographer Ren Kurokawa, 54, snapped the sifaka lemur and said its way of travelling is 'famous' in Berenty Reserve. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Ren Kurokawa/Solent News ? Ren Kurokawa/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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