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Monkey in a bucket (2013-2014)

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That's the monkey hill carpark on Tai Po road. I often drive past there and have stopped for some monkey watching with the kid.

 

Them monkeys are real viscous. They will attack you for food, hence hikers need to carry sticks to give them a good whack.

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That's the monkey hill carpark on Tai Po road. I often drive past there and have stopped for some monkey watching with the kid.

 

Them monkeys are real viscous. They will attack you for food, hence hikers need to carry sticks to give them a good whack.

 

It's ok to spank your monkey in public?!

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Go Native was kind enough to bring this up, so a few photos to refresh this lot.

 

I can't recall seeing this one. (Can you check the thread for me GN?)

 

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That looks more like 2 hairy ninja's in a tree to me

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We need some fresh monkey (or other animal) in bucket (or other container) pics!

 

 

 

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who you callin a dude white man?

 

He is sitting in a thimble - hence the concerned look on his face

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