When You Don’t Read The “Don’t Feed The Monkeys” Sign

For those who say rules are there to be broken, let this be a warning – you may end up covered in monkeys.

This is the lesson learnt by a man who was photographed carrying the weight of a dozen or so primates, with many more waiting to assail, after apparently “not reading the ‘don’t feed the monkeys’ sign”. Continue reading »

This Monkey Street in Bangkok is Full of… Street Monkeys, and They’re Frisky!


A long-tailed macaque eats fruits during the annual Monkey Buffet Festival at the Phra Prang Sam Yot temple in Lopburi, north of Bangkok, November 29, 2015. People provide food and drinks to the local monkey population, amounting to more than 2,000 monkeys, during this festival to thank them for drawing tourists to the town. (Photo by Jorge Silva/Reuters)
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Monkeys Play Soccer at the London Zoo

The Bolivian squirrel monkeys played with a toy soccer ball as photographers snapped away at the London Zoo in England on August 18. The zoo has a total of 22 squirrel monkeys, with 5 babies having been born in 2011. Male monkey Bounty has fathered eleven baby monkeys in the last three years since his arrival, enough to make up a football team. His latest offspring named Rolo was the eleventh and arrived last month. (Ben Stansall / AFP – Getty Images) Continue reading »