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Animals Left Hungry Without Tourists

06-Sep-21 17:30

Animals Left Hungry Without Tourists

A sharp decline of tourists at the Sangeh Monkey Forest in Bali has left the macaques without their preferred food source of bananas and peanuts, causing them to raid people's homes for food. Dhanya Nair tells us more about how the pandemic has impacted animals at tourist spots.

Image Source: Radoslav Bali, Unsplash

Produced by: Dhanya Nair

Presented by: Dhanya Nair


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