If at first you don’t succeed, try. try. try. try. try. try again, Gojee S.
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From the Can’t Make This Stuff Up Files:
This important news story just caught our attention by the alert cuteporters over at DListed. Apparently, a woman walked into the Amherst County Courthouse toting this petite monkular “daughter,” dressed in diapers and a pink dress, in her brassiere:
When an official asked why she had the monkey in her bra, the woman was quoted as saying, “Well, would you leave your child at home? She has to be close to me.” More on this story over at the Lynchburg, Virginia News & Advance.
Behind the mystique, the intrigue, the enigma, lies the timeless question – what do monkehs smile about?
Photo by Sarah Conner, who became this baby chimp’s foster mother while working at the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund and who submitted this photo to National Geographic’s Your Shot. Thanks, Marilyn T., for sending it to CO!
Please, pretty please, oh please? I promise I’ll take care of him and clean up after him and play with him and feed him bananas and Monkey Chow or whatever it is they eat, please can I pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeze??
Taken in Nagaon, Assam, India by Diganta Talukdar.
This mostly toothless smile belongs to Tiny, the first gorilla born at the London Zoo in 20 years. At four months, he’s just learning to walk, with some coaching from his loving mom Mjukuu.
Full story at The Sun.
[whispering Sir Richard Attenborough voice]
Rarely seen in the wild*, a Mali monkeh snorgles a Dachshund puppeh… Let’s watch.
*Wild? Wait—I think I see a leash Julie G.!