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This video of Fedor, a Russian monkey in a snowsuit, will warm your cold, cold heart.
Fedor, a crab-eating macaque, is bundled-up warm as he heads out in the snow to inspect the farm animals.
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Clad in a toasty warm snowsuit, woolly bobble hat, scarf and mittens, Fedor looks just like a little kid as he bounces out to the barn.
When inside, he heads to the goat pen to check all is good with his horn-headed pal.
Then, it’s over to the chickens for a quick once over, before a rooster crows, startling the little fella, and sending him scampering back over to his goat buddy.
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And, then starts a nose to nose stare off between the two—which, is pretty much everything quite frankly.
Meanwhile, here’s some
snore-inducing fascinating facts about crab-eating macaques—courtesy Wikipedia:
- The crab-eating macaque—A.K.A. the long-tailed macaque—is native to South East Asia
- Crab-eating macaques are often used in laboratory experiments and are viewed by many in Hong Kong and western New Guinea as agricultural pests
- However, some view crab-eating macaques as sacred animals
- The monkeys live in matrilineal social groups with a female dominance hierarchy
- Male crab-eating macaques leave the group once they reach puberty
- They are “opportunistic omnivores” and have been documented utilizing tools in order to obtain food
- Macaca comes from the Portuguese word macaco, which was derived from makaku, a Fiot (West African language) word meaning monkey
- The crab-eating macaques tail is often longer than its body