动物图片|人模人样 - By Jaymi Mccann, 17 March 2013
Scottish plumber Graham McGeorge snapped the loveable creatures. He took them at a zoo in Jacksonville, Florida where he now lives. He also managed to capture a baby bonobo picking his nose and a lemur giving the camera a death-stare.
While the UK endures a chilly spring, this sun-loving kangaroo is cracking a smile while lying back and soaking up the Florida heat.
The set of pictures were captured by a Scottish plumber after visiting his local US zoo for the past six-months.
Other hilarious pictures include a bonobo cheekily picking his nose and a camera-shy lemur giving a death-stare towards the lens of amateur photographer Graham McGeorge, 41.
Smug: The red kangaroo looking very pleased with himself as he soaks up the Florida sun
Kiss: Two bonobos appear to show affection to one another as they groom at Jacksonville Zoo
Red-handed: Kenge the four-year old bonobo is caught as he picks her nose at Jacksonville Zoo
Death stare: A camera-shy Ring-tailed lemur does not look happy as he gets his photo taken
Graham originally from Dumfries but now living in Florida, explained how he was able to take such humorous pictures from Jacksonville Zoo.
'The kangaroo had just finished eating breakfast,' said Graham.
'Even though it was only 9am the temperature in Florida was already climbing into the 80's Fahrenheit.
Photographer: Graham McGeorge sits touching an alligator at the St Augustine Alligator Farm, Florida USA
They can't see me! 38-year-old Lash the male silver back gorilla tries to hide behind a small tree branch
Mouth-full: A chipmunk looks like it has eaten more than it should have at Bear Lake, Colorado
'With such a full belly it was time to chill out, and that is exactly what he did. It was the first time I had experienced such bizarre behaviour.
'I found it very comical and amusing.
Graham also explained how he caught young bonobo, Kenge, rummaging in her nose.
'Bonobos are susceptible to colds and flues just like we are. On this particular visit to the zoo, young Kenge had a cold and very runny nose.
Ashamed: A Mandrill parent holds her head in her hands while caring for her three month old baby
Sneaky: A mischievous ring tailed lemur looks like he is telling someone a secret
Sleepy: Lash the 38-year-old male silver-back gorilla looks tired as he shows his teeth when taking a huge yawn
'Just as a young child would do she commenced in a good-old nose picking.'
Also pictured is a silver backed gorilla hiding behind some autumnal leaves, and two older bonobos grooming one another.
The amateur photographer also managed to capture a shot of a chipmunk with its mouth full of food and a mother mandrill who appears to not want her picture taken.