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A wild-long tailed macaque monkey has adopted an abandoned kitten at Ubud's Monkey Forest in Bali. According to the photographer: The monkey didn't like it when she tried to take pictures, shielding the kitten from the lens


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A wild-long tailed macaque monkey has adopted an abandoned kitten at Ubud's Monkey Forest in Bali. According to the photographer: The monkey didn't like it when she tried to take pictures, shielding the kitten from the lens


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A wild-long tailed macaque monkey has adopted an abandoned kitten at Ubud's Monkey Forest in Bali. According to the photographer: The monkey didn't like it when she tried to take pictures, shielding the kitten from the lens
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A wild-long tailed macaque monkey has adopted an abandoned kitten at Ubud's Monkey Forest in Bali. According to the photographer: The monkey didn't like it when she tried to take pictures, shielding the kitten from the lens





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