Guerrilla war between monkeys in Thailand because of Corona

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Guerrilla war between monkeys in Thailand because of Corona

Guerrilla war between monkeys in Thailand because of Corona
Guerrilla war between monkeys in Thailand because of Corona

Two groups of apes turned into two fierce gangs after a starvation in the area they occupy in Thailand due to the absence of tourists, who were daily feeding these animals.

Hundreds of hungry monkeys were seen in the touristic city of Lopburi - Thailand, fighting over a banana after the spread of the Coruna virus caused a significant decrease in the number of tourists.



Monkeys rely heavily on tourists to get their food, but the outbreak of the virus that has swept the world has led to a decline in their numbers, which in turn has caused the hunger of monkeys.



The footage posted by the Daily Mail website shows hundreds of monkeys brutally crossing a road in search of food and then begins chasing a monkey holding a banana. Their voices were raised and they started shouting loud when they could not catch the mnkey.

The locals used to see the monkeys, but were shocked by their sudden behavior.


The woman who took the video said: "They looked like wild dogs. They went crazy to get one piece of food. I've never seen them so aggressive before.



Lopburi is home to thousands of wild monkeys roaming the streets and buildings. Many monkeys live in the temples of the ancient Buddhist city. They are divided into two gangs, who live in the temple areas, and one that lives in the city. The two groups do not usually meet, but they ended up fighting for a banana.

Sources:

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