Macaques SLAP Squirrels And Steal Their Food | Primates | BBC Earth
Jackfruit is a prized meal, but it can be hard to tell when they’re ripe and ready to eat. These lion-tailed macaques in southern India have a crafty way of getting the tastiest morsels – stealing them from Malabar giant squirrels!
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Taken from Primates | Episode 1
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