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Capuchin Monkey Frankie Takes a Bath

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Published on Feb 28, 2011

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revo lozano
its like a pokemon
ZooAnthony
Buy a dog or a rabbit. This juvenile needs a capucin female and a group. Don't be selfish dude.
Larisa Cernikova
Is he still alive? Why is he living with people and not outside?
William Buck
aww the poor baby monkey having to live in a nice home safe from predators with a full belly not a care in the world now hes going to have to deal with living for 45 years in comfort when he could have gotten the shit kicked out of him for 5 years if he could make it that long and spent most of the time hungry because his rank in a troop would most likely be low but who knows he could be the one of five hundred that lives to be 7 years old and got tough enough from all the ass whoopings that can take the alfa spot for a couple years tell a tougher meaner one comes along
Anna Lemsma
he is absolutely not enyoing this...please set him free...you've now stolen his live thinkings its funny but it is horror
Bowling Wolf
Nothing a bullet to the skull couldn't handle!
Christopher Franklin
All that monkey wants is its mother and a tree. Look at the panic with the hair dryer.
Kacey
He is so cute.
Ashling Keane
This monkey was probably bred in the pet trade and then then taken from its mother too soon "while it's still cute". It should not be a pet and most develop psychology issues as it grows up without others of its kind to socialise with. Get in contact with a sanctuary like monkey world where it can be with others of its own kind! Monkeys are NOT pets, they are wild animals.
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becca 4sta
I would never be able to keep a baby monkey as a pet I find it too cruel. They are really cute though :) 
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