Wild monkey fight with King Kong to protect team,Donkey help to protect leader

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  1. Suzanne

    October 19, 2018 1:12 pm

    THAT WAS AN AWESOME MOVE BY KING AND DONKEY AT 0:41 Just wait and watch the right flank. How Donkey gets swiped up and King slides right under him to take his place and hold ground. Those two work great together. Too bad Donkey had to be a dick and steal leadership right out from under King Kongs nose in the begining last November. he would still have two working balls. But the women are already pregnant for the majority. Babies Beginning with Jane in November then on…

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  2. Waste with Me

    October 21, 2018 11:00 pm

    At 1:50, did everybody see that?
    They PURPOSELY kept their hands out of the way and squatted.
    Dogs do something similar, but they will lay on their stomach, head up and alert. But, non threatening.
    But, I never saw these monkeys do it.

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  3. Tom Aiken

    May 9, 2019 6:52 pm

    1:50 Monkey is like "Come on brother all I want is a great big hug!". ( Sike!) 😂🙊🐵🙊😂

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  4. Gaylyn Waid

    June 12, 2019 1:02 am

    All that huffing and puffing ,it's over females nothing elsa they don't want to share raping females .

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  5. Steven Prime

    June 21, 2019 5:34 am

    Statement re: macaque rescues
    The Wildlife Rapid Rescue Team has recently rescued several primates.
    Once again we have been inundated with requests for updates regarding these individuals. We are all extremely busy rescuing illegally traded wild animals, ensuring these receive the most appropriate outcome and also raising the funds to ensure we can continue with our work. We apologize but do not have the time to respond to individual requests nor provide regular updates on all of the many animals we rescue or care for.

    There are suspicions that the VOs filming these macaques interfere with the animals to ensure they have filming opportunities. We have been informed that often these interferences are of a cruel nature, perhaps involving the death of the mother to ensure there is an orphan to video. The number of followers on YouTube channels ensures that VOs are making a lot of money from their videos and have a significant financial interest in continuing this activity.

    How can you help?

    1 STOP WATCHING the YouTube channels. There appears to be some evidence that these filmers are directly interfering with these wild animals, including possibly killing the adults to remove the infants. By continuing to watch these videos you are directly supporting these individuals and condoning their behavior by doing so.

    2 Complain to the relevant authorities, details below.
    The Apsara Authority – [email protected]

    The Cambodian Government Forestry Administration – [email protected] or https://www.facebook.com/fa.maff.gov.kh/

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  6. Steven Prime

    June 21, 2019 5:37 am

    Fun fact for all you Tourists….

    NEVER smile at a Macaque. Baring your teeth is taken as a sign of Aggression.

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  7. Lyric Parker

    June 24, 2019 4:41 am

    Children everywhere and the babies already practicing humping each other. They need birthcontrol

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  8. Steven Prime

    November 2, 2019 6:42 pm

    3 steps you can take to help stop the exploitation of macaques on YouTube

    By taking the three steps outlined below, you can work to stop the abuse of these animals:
    1) Most importantly, STOP WATCHING the YouTube channels. There is evidence that these filmmakers are abusing and otherwise interfering with these wild animals, including possibly killing individuals. By continuing to watch these videos you are directly and financially supporting these individuals and condoning and encouraging their behavior by doing so. They will not stop abusing the animals whilst they are receiving views and followers and therefore generating money from their videos.
    2) Complain to the relevant authorities. By notifying the local authorities directly, they are able to take steps to protect the macaques and other wildlife in the Angkor complex.
    Their details are as follows:
    • The Apsara Authority – [email protected]
    • The Cambodian Government Forestry Administration – [email protected] or https://www.facebook.com/fa.maff.gov.kh/
    • The Cambodian Ministry of Environment – [email protected] or https://www.facebook.com/Ministry-of-Environment-314699302002531
    3) Report any videos and channels such as these that exploit and abuse wildlife to YouTube. By reporting and flagging the videos, and encouraging others to do so, you can remove the financial incentive to continue abusing the macaques. Animal abuse is against YouTube’s terms of service, and they have recommended reporting the channels as ‘violent threats’ with a brief explanation.
    As an animal lover, you can stop the abuse of these wonderful creatures.
    Thank you for your help.

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