A hungry monkey looks for an opportunity from the roof of a house in Si Sa Ket's Rasi Salai district, where over 3,000 of them now raid people's houses and the living quarters of monks at two villages in the northeastern province. Photo: Sanoh Worarak/Bangkok Post

Horde of hungry monkeys plundering Thai villages and temple

Booming population and dwindling food supply has driven thousands of pesky primates into people’s homes

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A hungry monkey looks for an opportunity from the roof of a house in Si Sa Ket's Rasi Salai district, where over 3,000 of them now raid people's houses and the living quarters of monks at two villages in the northeastern province. Photo: Sanoh Worarak/Bangkok Post
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