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Le scimmie che vivono nel Monkey Forest Sanctuary di Ubud a Bali sono conosciute come le scimmie balinesi dalla coda lunga, in ambito scientifico chiamate 'Macaca Fascicularis' o semplicemente macaco.
Ci sono circa 600 scimmie che vivono in questa zona. Sono divisi in 5 gruppi. Ogni gruppo consiste di 100 - 120 scimmie suddiviso in: neonati (0 - 1 anno), giovani di primo tipo (1 - 2 anni), giovani di secondo (2 - 4 anni), maschi adulti inferiori (4 - 6 anni), donne adulte (> 4 anni) e maschi adulti superiori (> 6 anni).
A causa della considerevole popolazione, i conflitti tra gruppi di scimmie non possono essere evitati. A volte, per soddisfare dei bisogni primari come un bagno al fiume nella stagione secca, alcuni gruppi devono attraversare il territorio degli altri gruppi scatenando delle vere e proprie guerriglie tra gruppi. 🇲🇨🐒🌳
The monkeys living in the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary in Ubud, Bali are known as the long-tailed Balinese monkeys, in the scientific field called 'Macaca Fascicularis' or simply macaque.
There are about 600 monkeys living in this area. They are divided into 5 groups. Each group consists of 100 - 120 monkeys divided into: infants (0 - 1 year), young first (1 - 2 years), young second (2 - 4 years), lower adult males (4 - 6 years), adult women (> 4 years) and adult males (> 6 years).
Due to the considerable population, conflicts between groups of monkeys can not be avoided. Sometimes, to satisfy primary needs like a river bath in the dry season, some groups have to cross the territory of the other groups, triggering real guerrillas between groups. 🇲🇨🐒🌳
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It's natural to want a day off or a lazy Sunday. Today was my rest day on the bike tour. The tightness in my quads told me to stay away from any mountains, but once I got started I felt good. I also continued to work on my Great Vic blog post.
Anyone else take action today even though you wanted to take the day off?
This picture is from the top of Mt Amos overlooking the iconic Wineglass Bay.
Flying over the #templesofbagan on hot air balloon is one of the experiences you have to do at least once in your life.
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