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A screen grab taken for the video shows army of fighting monkeys.
Gulf Today Report
In Thailand, hundreds of monkeys were seen scrimmaging over a single banana. This is due to the reduction in numbers of tourists to Thailand since the outbreak of COVID-19.
The tourists were often feed the monkeys.
According to reports, the animals from Lopburi are part of two ‘rival gangs.’
The gangs are made up of monkeys that live in the city and those that are from the temple area.
The video showed hundreds of the monkeys crossing the road and going after a monkey that had a banana.
Monkeys seen fighting for a banana.
The monkeys are seen jumping on the banana and fighting each other over the food.
It was a shocking sight for everyone including the locals.
An onlooker recounted never seeing them that aggressive.
Lopburi is home to thousands of wild monkeys that roam the streets and buildings. Many live in the grounds of the city's ancient Buddhist temples.
The monkeys are divided into two, those who live in the temple area and those in the city.
The territories of the primates are usually divided by a train track, they hardly meet, until the Wednesday meet up that led to a fight.
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