WORLD'S FIRST VIDEO OF RARE MONKEY

AnimalWirePublished: July 13, 2016315,901 views
Published: July 13, 2016

Fauna and Flora International has captured the world's first video footage of Myanmar Snub-Nosed Monkey. This new species (Rhinopithecus strykeri) was discovered in 2010 and has remained hidden from video cameras up until now.
Discovered along the Chinese border, locals say that they are easiest to locate in winter. During rainy season, the water from the rain gets in their upturned nostrils, causing them to sneeze. That's the reason why this species are also called Sneezing Monkeys.
Their population is estimated around 300 and declining, due to habitat destruction. While many species are known to live in small groups, this footage shows a rather large family, which raises the importance of preserving their habitat.

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    • 6 rumbles
      CCS_FL · 13 weeks ago

      So they killed one to get a close up photo. Sad.

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        LisaDM · 11 weeks ago

        No...they HUNT them to eat. Good old man!

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      gardenofeden · 13 weeks ago

      Sure hide the faces of the people holding a dead one.

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      DavidHereaux · 13 weeks ago

      Obtained by local scumbags*

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      Margaritagurl47 · 13 weeks ago

      WOW!!! Y'all really are the more "intelligent" species, on this planet. I HOPE y'all burn in HELL, and your family SUFFERS, for the rest of your EVIL lives. SHAMEFUL!!

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      maryann222 · 12 weeks ago

      WTF!! So these POS freaks murdered this beautiful animal.....for what reason?? Effing sick POS freaks!!

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      valerie22 · 11 weeks ago

      Well just great. The first picture of one is a dead one humans killed...

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      carolcarp · 11 weeks ago

      I came to the comments to ask if this one was dead, and y'all just answered my question. Thank you! There are only "in the hundreds" living, and they shoot one of them?????? What is wrong with people?