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India's monkey men keep marauding macaques at bay

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August 8, 2014
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The Indian government is hiring dozens of 'monkey men' who imitate the sounds of monkeys to scare away packs of primates harassing bureaucrats around Parliament. Duration: 02:16 Video provided by AFP


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