Skip to comments.Monkey buys drink from vending machine, returns the change
Posted on 06/19/2013 10:59:50 AM PDT by marthemaria
Oh, no big deal, its just a monkey buying himself a juice from a vending machine and remembering to return the change.
Aki the Capuchin monkey from Nihonmatsu, Japan inserts his coins into the vending machine, then bangs on it until a beverage is released. The monkey returns the change from the coin slot, and goes on to enjoy his drink. I also would like to note that he opens the bottle himself.
Capuchin monkeys are known for being the most intelligent of the New World monkeys and live in the tropical rain forests of Central and South America, and parts of Argentina and Mexico. They are often used in laboratories for various testing experiment
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The video is funny and cute.
Far more intelligent than several of my prior “managers!”
I’ve seen many DemocRats with less intelligence.
That was awesome. I was happy to see that he got Welch’s grape drink instead of a Latte. LOL That was fun to watch!!
But those democrips vote!
There is a youtube video of an octopus who learns how to retrieve food from a closed jar, by watching another octopus do the trick!
“Ross, he’s humping the lamp again.”
I love how he keeps smiling at his person!
Aki the Capuchin monkey from Nihonmatsu...? Sounds like a bad movie.
“Keep the change, you filthy animal.”
They let Bidin carry cash. Nothing racist in my post.
I so enjoyed Friends.
Six of the Christians martyred in Nagasaki in 1597 were European Franciscans, but I don’t think any of them were Capuchins.
If that monkey was in the US and owned by a Rat, he would be registered to vote, too.
yeah, but the dead voter scheme of the democrips is becoming obsolete. They now can sift votes to get any result they want from the votes actually cast. Maybe now they’ll let the dead rest on election day. Who knows?
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