Travels: South East Asia

Challenge #8 in the Awareness series. Hosted by Kokeen4231.
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This challenge is dedicated to travel photography, first, starting in South East Asia. Everything Captured in South East Asia is accepted. People,landmarks...
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Philippine Tarsier The Philippine tarsier's eyes are fixed in its skull; they cannot turn in their sockets. Instead, a special adaptation in the neck allows its round head to be rotated 180 degrees. The eyes are disproportionately large, having the largest eye-to-body size ratio of all mammals. These huge eyes provide this nocturnal animal with excellent night vision. In bright light the tarsiers eyes can constrict to until the pupil appears to be only a thin line. In dark light the pupil can dilate and fill up almost the entire eye. The large membranous ears are mobile, appearing to be almost constantly moving, allowing the tarsier to hear any movement. -wiki
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Submitted: Wednesday, 30th January, 2013 15:07 (GMT)
Taken: Monday, 28th January, 2013
Focal length: 85 mm
Shutter speed: 1/250 sec
Aperture: F3.2
ISO: 800
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