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Life is no walk in the forest for the Barbados Green Monkey

You always hear the stories of the Barbados green monkey frolicking in our lovely island and I guest it makes good tourist headlines and pictures but there is still a bounty out.

....Yes, Barbados doesn't know what to do with the green monkey since his natural habitat is becoming smaller and smaller.

I remember the old stories that my mother would tell me about Sandy Lane Woods and their experiences with the monkeys in that area.The woods have long time been replaced with golf courses and houses and it is like that all over the island.So what does it leave the monkeys to do...

Unfortunately the only solution so far has been to place a bounty on the tail of each monkey.
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