Monkey in Chains

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Re: Monkey in Chains

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Happens far too often
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AllAboard wrote: Sun Nov 03, 2019 8:36 pm Happens far too often



I wondered if the monkey saying something like that.
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Re: Monkey in Chains

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That's not a monkey. It's a gibbon - the finest and free-swingingest primate on the whole bloody planet.
Lucky for the owner that this vid seems to come from Indonesia - or i would track the bastard down.

I would, and then I'd peg him spreadeagled down on stony ground
and subject him to insufferable natural history tutorials all through the day and all through the night.
I would. Mercilessly.
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Reminded me that if you see anything like this in Cambodia, there is a helpline and wildlife app where you can report it. I don't know how well it works, and you might have to speak Khmer, but for information:
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Re: Monkey in Chains

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That's not a Monkey. It's a bear. What's the number for monkeys?
Silence, exile, and cunning.
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