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Land of monkeys there! Once they took the land, it is very difficult to evict them out of there when people moved back.

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Wild monkeys x Fukushima Daiichi radiation. There's a horror movie franchise waiting to be made.

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What looks like everyday monkey shenanigans may be routine “business” for others.

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May be unintentional commentary with that specifically chosen caption “Monkey Business” but,

IMO, … I suspect there is both some ongoing corporate half-truths and continued Japanese government mishandling since 3/11/2011.

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Three things I've learned about the macaque: do not smile at them (baring teeth is an invitation to fight); do not make direct eye contact; do not carry plastic bags or other items that scream "food!" Best is just to pretend they're not there and keep on moving before any fracas attracts their friends.

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Monkey business indeed! Lunatics have taken over the asylum!

Don’t allow Fukushima Daiichi to dump the contaminated water in sea

and

Don’t force the other prefecture’s citizens to accept TEPCO’s contaminated soil and other waste.

You made the problem. Dig your own holes!

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OMG! A radiation contaminated monkey on the loose! Danger alert!!!

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I am pretty sure looking at the picture I see more than just one monkey!! Can anyone other than myself spot the other monkey? LOL The article says "A wild monkey is spotted on a road in Katsurao"

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 The article says "A wild monkey is spotted on a road in Katsurao"

The other monkey isn’t on the road, it’s on the guard rail.

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Save the monkeys!

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