Feeding the monkey ?

by Gerhard Windisch
(Kelsterbach, Germany)

Photo taken at the Pilanesberg Center. There where visitors who orderd a cup of coffee, but drank the coffee without the sugar. They left the table, they didn't take the suger with them. The Monkey took the opportunity to steal the sugar from the tray.

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Dec 23, 2012
They are entertaining to watch
by: Elaine

until they steal your food! We were in a game-viewing vehicle and they raided our foodstuff and stole muffins and sugar!

Dec 23, 2012
We had one of these monkeys in our car!
by: Neville

We had parked at a viewpoint and left the car doors open while we walked to the edge to look at the view and when we turned around there he was in our vehicle going through our picnic basket so don't leave your car doors or windows open!

Dec 22, 2012
given a chance
by: Jenny

These monkeys will steal anything if given a chance, they are very crafty little creatures and very funny to watch. Thank you for sharing your enlightening story and photographs with us.

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