Group of Wild Monkeys Spotted on the Street of Oslob, Cebu
GROUP OF WILD MONKEYS- Pack of hairy animals spotted hanging around the street of Oslob, Cebu added on the list of animals’ bizarre events.
In the past few days, some animals have been spotted wandering around the city, public places, and even in private villages. One of those animals is an ostrich, swine, cow, goat, monitor lizard, and even horse.
First were the two ostriches and a goat who was spotted running loose in a private village in Quezon City. Followed by swine running on a public road, a peacock found loitering in Alabang Hills and a horse who intercepts the flyover road in Bacolod City.
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Meanwhile, there is a new attraction in Cebu, particularly the town of Oslob, which is known as the tourist destination as visitors can swim along with whale sharks. Aside from whale sharks, wild monkeys are now added on the list of attractions.
In a Facebook post of GMA News, a group of monkeys was spotted lining up on the railing of a bridge. According to the post, the wild monkeys usually go out of their habitat during feeding time, which is about 2 o’clock in the afternoon.
Local residents living near the bridge regularly feed the monkeys when they come out. However, visitors are discouraged to touch the monkeys.
It used to have signage in the area that said monkeys could be viewed on the site. However, due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic is was unfortunately stopped.
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