The Rich in China Are Buying Protected Thumb-Sized Monkeys As Pets
Feb 12, 2016 13:12
The very fact that you're not supposed to have it, must be the reason why something is so sought after. Some rich Chinese are now spending a ton of money to procure these miniature monkeys. The only problem: it's illegal to keep them captive.
They are dubbed "Thumb Monkeys" and they are the world's smallest ones.
The going price is supposedly 30,000 yuan ($4,559).
While it is illegal, it doesn't look like it's stopping some wealthy people to procure them.
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