Hundreds of hungry macaques fill city streets in Thailand

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In Thailand, the “uprising” of hungry macaques

Monkeys used to be fed by tourists near local temples. But due to quarantine restrictions, animals have to search for food on their own.

In the Thai city of Lopburi, hungry monkeys have flooded the streets. This is stated in the plot TSN.

Often animals run out onto the roads, so drivers have to go around them, looking for detours.

Monkeys used to be fed by tourists near local temples. But due to quarantine restrictions, animals have to search for food on their own.

A similar situation was observed in the city last year. The locals had to feed the angry monkeys to prevent them from robbing nearby shops and breaking into residential buildings.

It is noted that at that time more than 6 thousand adults were counted in the city, but the exact number of monkeys cannot be determined.

As previously reported, monkeys kidnap two babies in India and killed one of them.

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