Saturday, November 19, 2016

Monkey drinks Mirinda

As you all know there are monkeys (bonnet macaque) in our neighborhood and they invade our residence frequently, but lately their activities has been increased and become troublesome. We can’t let open the backdoor unlike before if no one is at hall. We have no idea when they bang and are ready to dread in no time. Past week a couple of big monkeys entered our home and treated on the apples and biscuits on the dining table and moreover scared my mom before she shoo them away. But they haven’t left alone, rather took away the biscuits along with the box that was full of Sunfeast Maire.

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This is not the first time they stole the biscuits along the box, but our pretty dog chased them away restoring the biscuit box that was almost empty. They take bunches of biscuits and force them inside their mouth to look funny with swollen on each side. There’s no surprise monkeys being like that, though they make troublesome sometime there’s some fun bear through their act like the one sipping Mirinda (a soft drink) in the picture below.

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The workers, who constructed the ramp in front of our house to prevent rainwater set foot inside the home, has left the soft drink on the compound wall got  into the hand of a monkey, which after rolling and drooling, lid open and  tasted the juice. We couldn’t get near the monkey, fearing of unpredictable, the photo was shot from distance to giveaway the quality in images. 

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13 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

oh, my goodness! the photo of him drinking is great, but having them enter your home and steal food is not good.

Rajesh said...

When they attack for food it is not easy to deal with them.

Jeno said...

You need to be careful, keep the doors closed. No one can predict it's act at times.

eileeninmd said...

Hello, oh my I would not want these monkeys coming into my house. They are cute critters, seen better from a distance for your safety. Funny shot of the monkey with the soda.
Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend!

L. D. said...

It is something that you are use to. I would be surprised if I were there when it happened. I know my border collie grabbed a chocolate brownie off a plate the other day. I so much wanted to eat that but he had it down in two gulps. Thanks for sharing the adventures with monkeys.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Monkeys out of control! Yet great photo subjects.
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Devilish Angel said...

Monkey sipping mirinda looks funny, but you should be more careful. Otherwise they will be making it as a habit to steal food...

Karen @ away for the weekend said...

Oh no - I don't think I would like to have a monkey come into my house! The photo of him drinking the soft drink is very amusing, though!

KK said...

It is fun to see animals do such things. They have this naughty nature and innocence all their lives. I sometimes feel jealous of it. Keep watching, and keep clicking :-)

Jeanne said...

Amazing photos, but sure it is not a pleasant thing to have one or more of these right in your house. can't even imagine that where I live. Thank you for sharing

Lady Fi said...

Great shots! But bad habits for the monkeys...

Sandhya said...

Entertainers!!!

Kalpesh Ajugia said...

Where I live in Mumbai, is very close to the natural habitat of Monkeys so there's this whole bunch of monkeys that keep visiting our locality. But, thankfully there's been only one incidence where a Monkey entered one of the bungalows and smartly opened a fridge and stole some eggs.

That was mighty surprising!!

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