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(Daily Mail)   China spends more than $1 million on two suspension bridges built so monkeys can get across flooded valley (pics)   ( ) divider line
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2014-08-13 11:43:35 AM  
Following the Confucian wisdom: "Always take good care of macaque"
ZAZ [TotalFark]
2014-08-13 12:25:46 PM  
'We are also warning people that they are designed to swing to exercise the macaque's extraordinary agility, and you would need to have the balancing skills of a monkey to make it across,' he added.

They could make back the money by staging a reality show on the bridge.
2014-08-13 12:29:20 PM  
I know how this movie ends.
2014-08-13 12:30:45 PM  
Seems like a good use of the money. It helps the monkeys and thins out the ranks of the stupider "daredevils".
2014-08-13 12:31:19 PM  
But Chinese monkeys are terrible drivers!

/cuz their asian!
2014-08-13 02:31:24 PM  
Monkey King frowns on these shenanigans. Monkey King don't need no steenkin' bridge. Monkey King don't care.
2014-08-13 02:48:40 PM  
$1Million for macaque?

Well I'd rent it I suppose.
2014-08-13 04:41:09 PM  
Don't spare any expense, macaque comes first.
2014-08-13 05:11:40 PM  
The bridge is made of dead monkeys.
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