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Hundreds Of Monkeys Fight Over Food [Video]

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The moment hundreds of hungry wild monkeys fight for a single piece of food in Lopburi on Thursday was caught on camera and instantly went viral.

The monkeys are normally well fed by tourists in the city but visitors have plummeted because of the coronavirus.

So when one of the primates had a juicy banana, the entire pack that roam around the streets surrounded the creature and tried to snatch it.

Footage shows how hundreds of monkeys began tussling for the snack. When one of the animals fled with it, the creatures chased it up a grass bank.

Even locals who are used to seeing the creatures were shocked by their ferocity. One said: ”They looked more like wild dogs than monkeys. They went crazy for a single piece of food. I’ve never seen them this aggressive. I think the monkeys were very, very hungry. There’s normally a lot of tourists here to feed the monkeys but now there are not as many, because of the coronavirus”.

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The Vin Diesel Of Thailand

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A man in Chiang Rai has dedicated his life to becoming Vin Diesel.

Growing up, Arthid Duangsri struggled with his identity. What’s more, he couldn’t get girls. But one day, his friend pushed his long hair back and said, “you know what, if you were bald you would look like Vin Diesel.”

This changed everything.

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140-Year-Old Chinese Mansion For Sale

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A crumbling 140-year-old Chinese mansion that has been abandoned for more than a century has been put up for auction.

The Phraprasert Wanich House has become known as ‘Wang Bat’ after the fruit bats that nested in the long-abandoned structure next to the Chao Phraya River.

To help maintain the property and raise funds for the community, officials from the Thai Treasury Department thought of auctioning off its lease term for 30 years to private investors who will renovate the historic building.

The starting price? Only $290,000.

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