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Is the green monkey still considered a pest?Or is it a star.

I am just wondering if the Barbados Green Monkey is still considered a pest? I know at one point the Barbados government was offering $20.00 for a tail. The assumption being that once you have the tail then it means that the monkey is no more,although I have been asked if you couldn't get the tail and release the monkey.

The reason I am asking this question is that the Green Monkey becomes a star when Barbados is producing its tourists brochures and for companies producing their tourist oriented marketing.

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