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Clever monkey A tourist from Bali takes a selfie, but the cat steals her sunglasses by pulling them off her neck.


A young woman on her honeymoon has lost her expensive designer sunglasses after she tried to take a selfie with a monkey and the animal stole them.

Thomas form the UK got his camera out for what he thought would be a standard holiday photo of his wife and the cheeky monkey in Bali this month.

However, they came away with a unique holiday memory after the animal took a liking to the Ray-Ban shades and snatched them.

‘My wife and I were on our honeymoon in Bali this week, We took a day trip to the sacred monkey forest to see some wild monkeys up close. One of them jumped onto my wife and stole her expensive Ray-Ban sunglasses.’ he wrote.

‘It then proceeded to destroy them and attack us while we frantically tried to get them back.’

‘She got chased away by a smaller monkey while the larger one bashed the glasses on the floor.

‘I was laughing throughout the whole ordeal. We eventually got the glasses back after about 15 minutes, but they were totally destroyed and so went straight into the nearest bin.’

In the hilarious video the monkey can be seen perched on the woman’s arm but is distracted by the glasses.

The primate then grabs the sunglasses as the woman walks away laughing.

The animal proceeds to bash the Ray-Bans on the stone pathway scratching the lenses beyond repair.

While Thomas and his wife will now have to fork out new sunglasses she will have a story to tell for years to come.

A family got the holiday snap of a lifetime when a monkey grabbed their camera and took a selfie – before giving them the middle finger.

The family from the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Australia were on a dream holiday in Bali, Indonesia when they decided to make a day trip to the popular Ubud Monkey Forest.

Judy, 37, Simon, 36, and three kids Elijah, 13, Jimmy, 11, and Kayleigh, eight, visited the sacred forest, where hundreds of monkeys reside.

They asked a local guide to take photos of them during the day and were stunned to look back at the snaps and see the curious monkey flipping its middle finger.

After looking back at the pictures, mother and administration worker Judy said her family burst out laughing.

Judy said: ‘We were only in Bali for a week and thought it would be fun to go on a day tour around Bali

‘As part of the tour, we went to the monkey forest. I thought it would be a fun experience.

‘While we were there, a guide offered to take our photo. But as he did, a monkey suddenly came in front of the camera.

‘The guide had peanuts in his hand and then began feeding him. It was really funny.


‘As I was flicking through the photos afterwards, I noticed that in one of them the monkey was actually giving us the finger.
‘I showed my husband and we both started laughing. We thought it was hilarious.

‘The monkey definitely had a cheeky persona going on.

‘We had such a great time there and these funny photos made it even better.’

The priceless snap was captured during the family’s holiday to Bali in December 2018 and has been shared online for the first time this week.

Judy said that the unforgettable image was one of the highlights of their entire trip – and added that it would not be long before she and her family returned to Bali.

The mother added: ‘I posted the photo to my Facebook and Instagram and all my family and friends thought it was hilarious.

‘The experience was one of the highlights of our trip, and the photo itself is something we can look back on to remember forever.

‘Bali is such a beautiful place and we can’t wait to go back one day.’

According to Sputniknew, Mr. Mathieu Shamavu – anti-poaching officer in Virunga National Park (Democratic Republic of Congo) decided to take pictures of his “workflow” to attract public attention on the issue. conservation of endangered species.

The photo was taken of him with his colleagues and two gorillas (scientific name Gorilla), in which two monkeys stood in the same pose as humans, looking very cute.

Mathieu posted the photo in the anti-poaching group on Facebook and captioned it: “An ordinary day at work.” The photo is currently “storming” online with thousands of likes and shares.

Many people expressed interest in the lovely image of the two monkeys, the friendly relationship between the monkeys and the rangers, they also called this “Selfie of the Year”.

Meanwhile, many others thanked the work of people like Mathieu and called on everyone to contribute their efforts, money and efforts to save the animals.

The gorillas are a genus of primates in the human family and the largest of the living primates. They are very closely related to humans, scientists say their DNA is 98-99% similar to humans.

Gorillas are 1.7-2m tall when standing upright and weigh from 180-200kg. They usually walk on all fours, although they can stand on two. They now live in the tropical and subtropical forests of Africa and are listed on the Red List of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).


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