When Professor Mihail Nazarov was visiting the Taiping National Park in Malaysia, little did he know that he would meet someone who would remind him of a famous historic personality. The amateur photographer snapped images of a baby monkey that looked to be almost a double for Albert Einstein.
Nazarov said that when he looked at the monkey, a Stump-tailed Macaque, he was immediately reminded of Einstein and he was keen to get some photos so that he could prove it to others.
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"As soon as I saw the baby monkey, my very first thought was that it looked like Einstein and that I needed to get some shots of it to prove it. When I got back home, I looked back through the shots and could see the similarities between the monkey and Einstein even more. I love these pictures and the feeling of capturing something which is so unusual and amazing", Nazarov said.
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