Do you know what to do half a dozen puppies? This monkey clearly does not.
Who knew a little monkey would be the one to teach us all how to love?
Monkeys: Terrible at filmmaking, great at extortion.
As if life weren't miserable enough, even monkeys are working themselves to the bone. Associated Press photographer Muhammed Muheisen has shared a series of photos captured in Rawalpindi, Pakistan of worker monkeys whose purpose is to entertain humans by dancing, shaking hands, and performing other tricks for money.
Justin Bieber's monkey, OG Mally, whose rejection by the pop singer and virtual exile to the depraved nation of Germany has captivated fans of both popular music and lesser primates, has begun to settle into his new adopted nation, perhaps finally ending a saga that has brought the watching world to a virtual stand-still.
Last week, the headmaster's nephew Justin Bieber flew to Munich to put on a few performances as part of his world tour. He brought almost all the important things with him: his shoe, his passport, his baby capuchin monkey. Unfortunately, he didn't bring one very, very important thing: the necessary clearance forms so that he would be allowed to bring the monkey in and out of Germany. (Who knew you needed "animal clearance forms" for a friend? What a world.)
According to various reports, a very fashionably dressed monkey was found wandering around an Ikea in Toronto. Apparently, the monkey, who was wearing a shearling coat and a diaper, was brought to the store by his owners and left in the car while they went inside. But, as you might have guessed from his coat, this wasn't your regular, run-of-the-mill monkey, content to stay in the car while his owners had all the shopping fun. As the Globe and Mail reports: