Macaque eating on a tree in Southern Thailand

Chonburi launches monkey population control


CHONBURI, 7 May 2016 (NNT) – Four agencies in Chonburi have agreed to co-operate in a monkey population control campaign in response to residents’ complaints about their invasion into human communities.

Khet Udomsak Subdistrict Municipality has signed an agreement with the Royal Thai Marine Corps, Sattahip Naval Base, and Protected Areas Regional Office 2 in support of the project.

Read more: NNT

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