Huairou village to a Sun Da Sheng, eat and take, but also scratch people

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 Huairou village to a Sun Da Sheng, eat and take, but also scratch people


At 8 a.m. yesterday, Mr. Jiang took peanuts, peaches and vegetables to sell in Nantian Guanlan scenic spot in Huairou District. I didnt expect that the mountain products did not attract tourists, but attracted an uninvited guest.

I dont know what jumped on the bench next to me, and then jumped in front of me, which scared me. After a closer look, it turned out to be a big monkey. Mr. Jiang said.

According to Mr. Jiang, the monkey found that I was retreating, so he occupied my stall and began to eat peanuts. While eating and flipping, it attracted many tourists. Seeing more and more people watching, the monkey stopped eating peanuts and began to play with the satchel on the stall. It grabbed the zipper and couldnt use it, so it kept biting with its teeth, which made everyone laugh.

(function(){( window.slotbydup=window .slotbydup||[]).push({id:u5811557,container:ssp_ 5811557, async:true }At this time, Mr. Jiangs family came and took him to the hospital for rabies vaccine and tetanus. Seeing that the stall owner was gone, the monkey ran up the mountain. There are a lot of wild animals in the mountains nearby, but its the first time that a monkey like this one dares to run into the village and eat, drink and scratch people, Jiang said Li Li, the head of the black leopard wildlife protection station, analyzed after watching the video, the adult male macaque scratching Mr. Jiang is a national second-class protected animal. Adult male rhesus monkeys are very aggressive. As long as they judge that the people around them are dangerous to them, they will take actions such as biting and scratching. Therefore, when people who travel to the suburbs encounter wild animals, they should not be intimidated or blindly fed. They should keep a safe distance and avoid injury. Video provided by Mr. Ding source: Beijing daily client editor: Tao Ying_ NB5793

At this time, Mr. Jiangs family came and took him to the hospital for rabies vaccine and tetanus. Seeing that the stall owner was gone, the monkey ran up the mountain.

There are a lot of wild animals in the mountains nearby, but its the first time that a monkey like this one dares to run into the village and eat, drink and scratch people, Jiang said

Li Li, the head of the black leopard wildlife protection station, analyzed after watching the video, the adult male macaque scratching Mr. Jiang is a national second-class protected animal. Adult male rhesus monkeys are very aggressive. As long as they judge that the people around them are dangerous to them, they will take actions such as biting and scratching. Therefore, when people who travel to the suburbs encounter wild animals, they should not be intimidated or blindly fed. They should keep a safe distance and avoid injury.

Mr. Ding provides the video