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Baboons armed with knives, chainsaw spotted in UK safari park
by Yaron Steinbuch (July 27, 2020)
There’s some real monkey business at a British safari park, where a roving gang of baboons armed with knives and even a chainsaw has been wreaking havoc and sowing fear, according to a report.
The prowling primates are known to have vandalized vehicles, ripping off windscreen wipers and mirrors from them at the Knowsley Safari Park in Merseyside, The Sunday Times reported.
But the baboons have recently been seen carrying an assortment of weapons, including blades, screwdrivers and a chainsaw, leading some workers to suspect that visitors have supplied them with the dangerous items for a thrill, according to the news outlet.
“We’re not sure if they are being given weapons by some of the guests who want to see them attack cars, or if they’re fishing them out of pickup trucks and vans,” one employee told the paper.
“They will literally go into people’s toolboxes and carry them around. One of the baboons was seen lugging around a chainsaw.”
Park officials pushed back at the reports, suggesting that armed apes were an urban myth.
“We believe many of these stories have grown in exaggeration as they’ve been retold, with embellishment to make the objects that are sometimes found in the enclosure seem more exciting and unbelievable,” the park told the news outlet.
The monkey enclosure is well known to mechanics in the northwest area of England where the 550-acre park, which also houses lions, tigers, rhinos, wildebeest and camels, is located.
Monkey gangs are taking over Thailand amid coronavirus
June 29, 2020
These guys aren’t monkeying around. Gangs of hungry macaques have overrun Lopburi, Thailand, after a drop in tourism due to coronavirus. While the local attraction, Monkey Temple, is known for its mischief-making population, the roughly 6,000 crab-eating macaques have become violent as two rival groups are fighting over food.
”They’re so used to having tourists feed them and the city provides no space for them to fend for themselves,” said Supakarn Kaewchot, a government veterinarian. “With the tourists gone, they’ve been more aggressive, fighting humans for food to survive.”
Portland could, perhaps, learn from the Thais?