I get the feeling the monkey in this video isn’t messing around. But I can’t stop watching it and laughing. I don’t think he appreciates the fact that the little boy isn’t put off or intimidated by his antics in the least. Good thing there is thick glass between them. After you watch this video go here and check out what happened when a guy decided to be a jerk to a monkey and there was no glass in between them. Let’s just say that the monkey knew karate, and the guy received an instant dose of karma.
Did you notice the smaller monkey watching from the sideline? He kind of wants in on the action, but the larger monkey isn’t going to let that happen. The monkeys are always a visitor favorite at most zoos because of their strong personalities. They use vocalizations, facial expressions, and body movements to communicate. Grinning or pulling the lip is a sign of aggression in monkeys, along with yawning, head bobbing, and jerking the head and shoulders forward. I haven’t read anywhere what placing their butt up against the glass means, but I bet it is not saying, “Hey let’s be best friends”. Monkeys do express affection and make peace with others by grooming each other. What do you think it would be like if the roles were reversed and it was the humans that were in the cages and the animals roaming free? One zoo in China is showing people exactly what that would be like. Go here to check it out. It’s unique to say the least.
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