Friday, August 22, 2008

Time to Add Monkey to the Diet

It seems that monkeys are so prolific and with their natural habitat shrinking, they're population density is encroaching on urban Japan. Yum!

Monkey eludes dragnet at Tokyo train station - Yahoo! News
Monkeys have long made appearances in rural parts of Japan, where they have been known to damage crops, swipe food from grocery stalls and even bite humans. In recent years, growth in the monkey population has meant more frequent forays out of the forests and into farms and towns.